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How to Digitally Recover from a Natural Disaster

by Robyn Johnston Typhoons, blizzards, wildfires, and now, devastating tornadoes have the U.S. focusing on the Midwest. It seems all too often that we hear about a natural disaster occurring one after the other. There are hundreds of resources available…

Sink Holes and other Dangers to Stored Goods

If you have all your preps in some geological unstable locations, you could lose them to a sink hole.  In just a few states, the house is covered by homeowner’s insurance. That means when the house falls though the hole…

Prescription Medicines, Supplements, or Home Grown Herbal?

As preppers, it’s important to know how to be prepared for a world changing event when it comes to medicinal needs.  The price of medicines that save life for diseases such as asthma, cancer, and heart disease is extreme.  Since…

Hurricane Season and Livestock

Hurricane season and livestock are not a well matched pair.  One of the horrid things we see during hurricanes is the loss of livestock.  There are situations where evacuating livestock is not possible but, given the nature of hurricanes, the…

Prepper Dogs

If you are like many preppers, there is a dog or two, or maybe more, on your property.  Maybe they live in your house as a member of the family.  Even the yippie little ones are usually good at alerting…

What Does Windstorm and Hail Insurance Cover?

If you live in a coastal region, your home is at risk of hurricane damage.  Your home is important to you and likely you have home owner’s insurance.  But is it insured for windstorm and hail?  How about flooding?  It…

How Preppers Prepare for Hurricane Season

There is a beautiful jasmine bush on the east side of the garage.  It’s the only place it will grow.  The jasmine scent is amazing!  The blooms bring with it the knowledge that hurricane season is just a short six…

Preppers: Prepared for Drought, Again?

During the drought, that still continues in many states, farmers across America filed claims for disaster relief and to their crop insurers. Crops were not harvested because farmers said they couldn’t get enough money at market for their crop to…