April 15, 2013

Survival Research: Hotel Emergency Procedures and Checklists P2

Friday, I wrote a post on hotel survival and my interview with the general manager at a hotel that I was staying at, The Best Western.  […]
April 12, 2013

Survival Research: Hotel Emergency Procedures and Checklists P1

    Yesterday I wrote a blog post about travel survival which covers emergencies on the road, but what about when you make it to your […]
April 11, 2013

Trip Survivalist: What to Take Traveling- Packing List

[sociallinkz] When traveling on holidays or for personal or family reasons, many people are at their most vulnerable.  We could easily be thousands of miles away […]
April 10, 2013

Apartment Prepper Survival: How to survive, food stores, etc

    The one group of people that often get overlooked when it comes to modern survival is the apartment prepper.  Survival experts have wonderful preparedness tools… […]
April 9, 2013

How Investment Strategies Change When You Are a Survivalist

    If you read my survivalist blog, you probably have at least some interest in self-sufficiency.  At a minimum, I know that millions of people […]
April 8, 2013

Survival Tactics: Hunting and Farming at the Correct Times

Share this post: [sociallinkz] It is critical that we understand how to grow our own groceries and learn how to store them for long term use […]
April 5, 2013

Advantages & Dis-advantages of Martial Arts for Survival

With the knowledge that violence is a real thing and that it can definitely be a reality if the Economy went south, I think a couple […]
April 4, 2013

The Libertarianism Definition: Minarchist View and Liberties

  [sociallinkz] So with all of the political parties, mainly the Republican and Democrat, constantly up in arms about how everyone else are crooks, and the […]
April 3, 2013

Earthship: Build with Recycled Materials for Cost Reduction

[sociallinkz] Earthships are a very cool concept.  You typically take the advantages of modern tools, sweat equity, and garbage.  Mix them all up with a pinch […]