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10 Reasons Donald Trump As President is Great For the United States

Posted by on May 7, 2016 in Economic Collapse | 1 comment

We hear a lot from the mainstream media about the chaos that will ensue with the Donald Trump as president.  However, we know where that message comes from these days. Check out our 10 reasons we think Donald Trump as president would be great for America.1) He Is Decisive One characteristic in a president that is absolutely required is being decisive. Even George Bush knew that he had to be a “decider”. With Donald Trump as President, you will get a leader that will make decisions and stick by them. No waffling or taking forever to make...

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10 Epic Stockpile Ideas for Barter and Survival

Posted by on Dec 29, 2015 in Economic Collapse, Prepping | 2 comments

The whole point of emergencies is that they are unexpected. If you knew that they were coming many weeks in advance, they wouldn’t really be emergency situations. However, a lot of people fail to prepare for disasters and market collapses, even when it is pretty obvious that they are looming. Of course, the brainy few do some gold IRA investing among other things just in case the SHTF. It is always better to be prepared for whatever horrible things may be coming up soon. The economy is going to the dogs The global economy is expected to...

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Urban Survival Mistakes That Can Make Things Worse

Posted by on Nov 29, 2015 in Prepping | Comments Off on Urban Survival Mistakes That Can Make Things Worse

Survival is something we all experience in our everyday lives; we may not notice it, but life itself is an act of survival.  Urban survival is no different. Urban Survival We may or may not be going through extreme conditions or something that particularly characterizes as disaster but small things like running out of water, shortage of supplies, going broke or your truck stopping in the middle of a busy road. These are just some very common examples of how, we, as humans, are vulnerable to getting into difficult situations.All of this,...

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Food Hygiene and Preservation

Posted by on Feb 8, 2015 in Prepping | Comments Off on Food Hygiene and Preservation

Disasters usually strike when we least expect it. It’s very important that we are prepared to face such a situation. One of the main factors to consider is food supplies. How should your preserve your food so that it’s edible? What foods are best to store? If you need more information on this topic, have a look at this article. Food Preservation and Protection  Home canning You can never go wrong with canning. You can preserve a variety of food products, from meats to fruits and vegetables, by canning them. The process includes...

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8 Common Habits Of A Prepper

Posted by on Jan 20, 2015 in Prepping | 2 comments

You might have read several books about preparing for the worst case scenarios and might have practiced it several times at home, and that is good. Learning the basic skills to be prepared and to survive is a necessity and gives us the power of self-reliance. But knowledge is far different from habit, which is more important. Brushing your teeth is a habit. So is smoking. These actions come on autopilot and do not require you to stop and analyze it first.Source Whatever habit you may have, it is formed to free our brains for more complicated...

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Why Is Chaos During a Disaster So Surprising to All?

Posted by on Dec 30, 2014 in Prepping | Comments Off on Why Is Chaos During a Disaster So Surprising to All?

This week a Greek ferry caught fire in the Adriatic Sea with 437 people on board and at least 10 people have died already.   The fire has come with stories of complete chaos and panic from the survivors.Many have recounted that the crew was not helping at all but fending for themselves. There was fighting over seats in lifeboats and helicopter baskets.  “The jungle law prevailed,” said another Greek passenger, Irene Varsioti. “There was no queue or order. No respect was shown for children.” – Daily Journal Jungle law....

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Things You Should Definitely Add To Your Bug-Out Checklist

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Prepping | Comments Off on Things You Should Definitely Add To Your Bug-Out Checklist

Before choosing a bug out bag, it is important to have the items that you needed first. Knowing what you need and making sure that it will all fit in a single bag is more important than buying the bag just because you like its color. In choosing the best bug out bag, 4 things should be considered: Accessibility, lightweight, durability, and tailored to suit your individual needs. Aside from comfort and fit, the space provided and the number of compartments should also be considered when choosing the best bug out bag.  Image by The...

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SunJack Solar Phone Charger

Posted by on Aug 30, 2014 in Prepping | Comments Off on SunJack Solar Phone Charger

Product Spotlight: SunJack Portable Solar Charger (14W) In this review, we’ll be rating the very handy SunJack Portable Solar Phone Charger (14W). Recommended Rating: 5 Stars ★★★★★ Portable power for your communication devices is becoming a requirement for most everyone, especially preppers. How many times do you see people sitting on the floor next to outlets at airports, restaurants or coffee shops?  Battery life isn’t what it used to be and our phones are doing more and more with the multitude of apps out there. Portable...

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Long Overdue Thanks!

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014 in Site News | Comments Off on Long Overdue Thanks!

A Huge Thank You! We, at the Home For Survival, truly enjoy bringing information to the prepper community.  It is entirely a team effort from the THFS research team to our great advertisers to our wonderful team of writers.  Here’s a quick rundown of what keeps our site going. Our Research/Writing Team Each day, our team scours the web to bring the best, most relevant information to our readers.  It is no small task as the team does not chose just any article or blog post.  They analyze each article thoroughly to assure it will fit...

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Forgotten Doomsday Items

Posted by on Dec 14, 2013 in Prepping, SHTF Plan | 8 comments

While doomsday prepping or preparing a survival package in the event of an emergency, most people pack the essentials or doomsday items. Logically, that makes perfect sense. The first thing that will run out during a state of emergency is food.Whether the modern world gets taken to its knees because of a virus, zombie outbreak, or nuclear fallout it doesn’t matter. The main supplies that survivors are going to need are food and water. Naturally, you need to make sure you have plenty of perishables stocked up. You always hear about those...

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