Fifty-five percent of American pantries are only stocked with enough food for three days. Those families are not likely to survive very long in the case of doomsday hitting. Preparing for the end of the world takes a lot of resources and planning. In this infographic, National Geographic takes a look at the most effective ways to survive after doomsday.
If a natural disaster hit would you be able to hold out for a few days while help was on the way? Here's what to pack in a bug-out bag to keep you going during an emergency - or the ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE http://www.biblemoneymatters.com/bug-out-bag-list-emergency-preparedness/
A bug out bag is your best friend in a emergency situation. Many of you are acquainted with the idea of a bug out bag or a get home bag and would agree that having one around is an important step to take for your general preparedness. As the first thing you grab in an
An image of the catastrophic reality of the force that comes with earthquakes. This photo, from the October 2005, Kashmir Earthquake, shows a building toppled completely to its side and the tragic rescue efforts that ensued.
Think you're on top of your emergency preps? This list of 100 items to disappear first might give you some things to think about. Whether natural disaster or economic collapse, being prepared is key to survival.
List of Important Documents to Have In Case of Emergency-Remember: Prepping requires redundancy so it wouldn't be a bad idea to copy and have this information in two or three different places in various formats (flash drive, paper, etc.)