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Tag Archives: Family
In this podcast, Rob introduces his wife, Amy, and together they discuss her path to becoming a prepper realizing that preparedness is a good thing. In this podcast, Amy points out some aspects of how she became comfortable with the concept of being prepared and at ease with all the aspects of living with a prepper. There really aren’t any show notes for this podcast, as it is mostly a conversation between us.
At some point in your prepping life, you’re bound to come across the friend or family member that, once realizing you’re a prepper, says to you, “I’m coming to your place!” Another possibility is how to handle guests during a pandemic. The time to address these issues is now. Here are some things to consider on how to handle this situation. -= PODCAST TOPICS =- Handling Unwanted Guests Notes for this section: Potential Scenarios: People finds out that you’re a prepper and say, “If there’s a disaster, I’m coming to your house!” Someone in your … Continue reading
This is part 2 of continuing to talk about a Family Communications Plan. In this podcast, we continue covering the various types of radios that are available, using dead drops and other aspects of putting a plan together. This podcast was broken into two parts for convenience and not based on subject matter. They should be listened to together, as they are a complete topic. Part 2 Continuing with radio types FRS – Family Radio Service Is in the UHF band, and is limited to one-half watt. Also, you can only used a fixed, non-removable … Continue reading
This is part 1 of discussing a Family Communications Plan. The main question people have is how they can communicate with their family during a disaster or time when the phone lines aren’t working. This podcast was broken into two parts for convenience and not based on subject matter. They should be listened to together, as they are a complete topic. Part 1 Why you should have a Family Communications Plan (FCP) Communication options cell phone voice texting email How to communicate in a crisis? Typically, when there’s an disaster or other crisis event, people … Continue reading
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September is National Preparedness Month! As preppers, this is the month that we can claim as our own; Yay! What does that mean for us preppers? As I think that preppers are some of the smartest bears in the forest, we should use this month to help educate others on the importance of being prepared. Even if we only get one person to be a little better prepared for emergencies and disasters, we will have helped one more person. Every person we help get prepared is one less person that might be knocking on our door during the crisis. Some … Continue reading
Weekly preparedness project, #1. These weekly projects help you get better prepared by outlining a specific task or goal to accomplish for the week. By doing a little each week, you can greatly increase your preparedness level over time. This week’s project is to create a Home Escape Bag for everyone in your family. This bag is what you grab as you are escaping a burning house. It’s intended to be stored at or near the beds, so you can quickly grab it if a fire breaks out in the middle of the night. Every member of your family should … Continue reading
In this first podcast of the new series, I talk about making a Home Escape Bag for everyone in your household. The main purpose of the Home Escape Bag is to have something that you can quickly grab in the event of a fire or other disaster where you need to evacuate your house, especially at night when you are in bed and your reaction time is very low. Every person in your home should have one of these bags near their bed, ready to grab. Even little kids and infants should have one of … Continue reading
This was originally billed as episode 100. After renumbering the podcasts, though, it turns out to be episode 99. In this episode , I interview The Survival Mom, Lisa Bedford, who runs the TheSurivalMom.com website.
This Episode’s topic is on Defensive guns, particularly for Home Defense. In our past Episodes, we have geared our discussions towards beginning preps, but in this show, we’re going to be talking about concepts beyond beginning preparedness. In order to be serious about defending yourself and your family, you need a firearm. There’s no other tool that allows you even the ‘playing field’ against criminals. DISCLAIMER: Know your locals laws. Get professional training. Do your own research.