You don’t want to end up with a chimney fire or a broken wood stove just when you need it most. Keep your chimneys well maintained and have them cleaned regularly. Don’t forget to keep a good stash of firewood handy at all times for heating your house and even for some old school cooking.
It’s no fun to grapple through the house in the dark and try to use the restroom or kitchen without any light. Keep your flashlights and lanterns charged up with new, fresh batteries. Make sure you have extra batteries in an easily accessible place. Keep your cell phones, tablets, laptops, and other electronic gadgets charged up, as well. If you’re without power for a few hours or a few days, you might need to keep them on low power mode to preserve battery for emergencies. However, if you keep them charged up, you can at least use your tablet as a source of entertainment and information. And you certainly can’t call the electric company to inform them of the outage if your cell phone battery has died. So keep everything charged and ready to go. Have a backup plan to recharge your electronics, such as mobile chargers, solar chargers, or even your vehicle if it is safe to do so.
If the pandemic of 2020 taught us anything, it might be that good toilet paper is hard to find. Due to the large numbers of people staying home and the broken supply chains, toilet paper and cleaning supplies became very hard to get. Stay ahead of the curve and stock up, so you don’t have to go to the store and panic buy. You don’t have to be a hoarder, but do keep some extra toilet paper and hygiene items on hand. Alternatively, you can grow your own TP. You can also make a basic cleaning spray from a little vinegar, water, and essential oil.
There are 2 types of enemies that is going to kill you in the game. Self Sacrifice one, and those that are going to chase and block you wherever you go. Both are annoying to dealt with, however, it is not like they can’t be killed. Now, for the high damage one, Self Sacrifice or self bombing one will usually have a red blob in the middle. It is pretty noticeable, and they will hit hard, so avoid them when you are surrounded. The blocking one is the usual one that chases you and blocks your movement while dealing damage per second.
Yes, you’ll have to stop at the gas station more frequently, but if that bothers you, just think about how much you’ll regret it if the gas stations are tapped and you’re running on empty.
If you have no choice but to evacuate, you need to know exactly where to meet your loved ones and which way you’re going to take out of town. Get several maps and mark the routes that are least likely to be crowded. You should also plan a way to get home during a disaster.
Figure out what is most likely to happen based on where you live. For example, I live on the gulf coast, so hurricanes are a major concern. What sort of natural disasters might happen where you live? Are there any train tracks where dangerous chemicals are transported? Is there a prison nearby from which inmates could escape? Prepare accordingly.
Have you found yourself in a situation wherein you needed durable and long lasting materials for survival? This easy to make and long lasting homemade survival cement may do just the trick!
Do you consider your pet as part of your family? You don’t want those furry little creatures to just disappear in a disaster situation. Start learning these survival tips that include prepping with your pets.
The military has some of the most extreme survivalist hacks. Well, they have to learn these things if they have to do what it takes to protect a nation. This article can teach you 7 military skills you can use for survival without having to actually join the Military.