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Three Things That You Should Remember During a Fire

If you really want to save the lives of others, you have to know the right thing to do at the right time. You too have to know to think quickly yet have a good end in mind. There is no time for rationalizing or considering the consequences in the end because many lives depend on you.

You Have Five Minutes to Evacuate! Surviving the Unexpected

I was a stay at home mom, and had just finished a load of laundry, before getting ready to start dinner. As I opened the cabinet to reach for a dish, the house shuttered. It felt like something had hit the roof — hard.

How To Start A Campfire Without Matches Or A Lighter

Traditionally, campers and hikers have relied on matches or lighters to get a good blaze going. The downside of using matches and lighters is that they tend to get wet, break or just plain not work. Being able to light a fire without matches or a lighter is an essential survival skill. You never know when you’ll find yourself in a situation where you’ll need a fire. Whether or not you ever need to call upon these skills, it’s just damn cool to know you can start a fire, whenever and wherever you are.

Top 10 Hurricane Tips

Do you know what to do in the event of a hurricane? These tips will help you prepare.

Hurricane Preparedness and Tips

With this hurricane season starting out strong, we considered it a fitting time to talk a bit about hurricane preparedness. If you live in an area that could potentially be hit by tropical storms, you need to learn to prepare yourself before a hurricane hits.

Keeping an Emergency Water Supply

Most people aren’t aware of what it takes to maintain a clean water supply in times of disaster. This article will help you understand what you need to do so you can keep your family safe during an emergency.

2009 Western US States Fire Season – It’s Going to Be a Doozie!

Experts are worried about the 2009 Fire Season out West. Already in early May 2009 there was a huge brush fire in Santa Barbara, and due to all the fuel and dried brush it rapidly grew.

Fire Safety Tips For Your Home

Owning a home comes with many responsibilities and knowing how to prevent fires in the home or what to do if you have a fire in your home are very important. This article will tell you about some the most common reasons a house becomes on fire and some of the best ways to prevent a house fire as well as safety tips for the whole family.

Hands Only CPR – Is it Real?

CPR saves lives. Is hands-only CPR just as good? What is necessary for survival. CPR instructor and disaster preparedness expert answers those questions.

Food Crisis Reaching America – How to Protect Your Family

Food is abundant on Supermarket shelves, but millions in America go hungry. There is worse to come, the global food crisis will spread over America and the government is standing by – protecting the industry that is the cause of all. We have to be prudent and start growing and preserving natural food as long as it is available.

Emergency Supply Sheds – Tips on Creating an Emergency Supply Storage Space

Whether we like it or not, emergencies happen all the time. In some areas of the world, emergencies in the form of natural disasters are actually somewhat common. We live in places where there are forest fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and all sorts of other things that come up on a regular basis.

Could We Experience Meat Rationing Again?

I am and always have been a history buff. I completely enjoyed learning about all the various phases of history and actually found that as a child when I was studying it I would visually project myself as being at that point in time and space. In effect I role played before it became popular.

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