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Prepping 101

Survival Mindset – Physical and Mental Preparedness for TEOTWAWKI

“We should remember that good fortune often happens when opportunity meets with preparation.” Thomas Edison “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Benjamin Franklin Neither of these great American men could have predicted the kind of threats we face today. But these ideals remind us not to rely on good luck to save our asses and that most people’s successes aren’t the result of “luck”, but of preparation.

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We would all love to stay in our home, hunker down, and tough out any SHTF situation. However, this isn’t going to be possible in every situation, especially if you live in an urban center. This is why so many preppers have been survival planning, getting prepared to get out of Dodge if the going gets rough. But bugging out when disaster strikes is no easy task.

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https://youtube.com/watch?v=i0jLm2AJlfc Our Founder and Chief Technologist, Fabian Illanes joins Ben Jackson on Episode 9 of the Pale Blue Dot Podcast. The setting is at Fabian’s home on a casual afternoon in Austin TX. They discuss business, personal interests and the events that lead to the birth of Ready To Go Survival.

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The bug out bag might be one of the most talked about bags in the prepper community, but the get home bag (a.k.a. EDC bag) just might be the bag you are most likely to use in a crisis situation. The get home bag is precisely what its name implies, a bag that is filled with the items you will need to get you from wherever you are when disaster strikes to the safety of your home.

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The modern prepper movement is growing by leaps and bounds. Nobody really knows how many people now call themselves preppers; but their name is legion. The millions of preppers who are now taking responsibility for their own lives have transformed the idea of prepping from a mere fringe movement to being a part of mainstream America.

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Are you one of the millions of people who got yet ANOTHER pair of socks for Christmas? While socks might not be as glamorous as a new big screen TV, don’t be so quick to roll your eyes and toss them into the sock pile black hole. Add them to your emergency kit! When TSHTF, you have to be creative, and having items in your kit, like socks, that can serve multiple purposes can be the key to survival.

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With the Ebola scare spreading as two nurses contact the disease while treating a patient in Dallas, we’ve been getting many questions on best practices for Ebola prevention. Although Ebola has been commonly known to spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of inflicted individuals, research shows that it may also spread through suspended droplets in the air when someone sneezes or coughs.

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Are you one of the 83.7% of Americans that live in an urban environment? If so, it is important to look at the unique challenges of city living when making your urban survival preparedness plan. In this article we are going to look at a few of the most important urban-specific challenges. We will show you how you can plan around them to ensure you thrive when the next disaster strikes.

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Surviving In A Drought Everything in nature is connected and when a drought happens, everything is affected. The vegetation, wildlife and you are affected by drought. Plant life dries out and becomes a fire hazard, animals starve to death due to a lack of food and your sources of water are limited. But with the right tools and knowledge, you can survive in a drought. Fire Risk During drought seasons, wildfires are abundant, especially in areas where droughts are regular.

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