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Taking Care Of Your Feet

Taking Care Of Your Feet

Napoleon Bonaparte once said “An Army marches on it’s stomach.” Without sufficient nourishment, a soldier cannot replenish the energy he has expended. He gets grumpy, loses focus, and is less likely to fulfill his duties. What rings true for a soldier doesn’t necessarily hold for someone in a survival situation. If you remember the Rule of Three you know that food is one of the last things they ne... »

Instant Oatmeal Packages: An Item For Your Bug Out Bag

Instant Oatmeal Packages: An Item For Your Bug Out Bag

Instant Oatmeal Packs – something that I never go without.  Yeah I know, they don’t have all of the nutritional value that you would need, but in an emergency situation if it’s all you have, it’s better than nothing at all.   Best of all, they keep for at least a year if not more since all the contents are dried and sealed in the pack. Instant Oatmeal Packs Are: Lightweight... »

A Sewing Kit, A Grommet Kit And Velcro: Items For Your Bug Out Bag

A Sewing Kit, A Grommet Kit And Velcro: Items For Your Bug Out Bag

Here are three important things to keep in your bug out bag. 1) A Sewing Kit For obvious reasons you should always have a sewing kit on hand in case you need to fix a torn piece of clothing, sew on new buttons and even repair your bug out bag.  In case of an emergency if it’s all you have, you could also use it to stitch up a wound.  There are tons of reasons why you should have this with yo... »