March 23, 2019
  • 8:08 pm Plan Your Survival Shelter: 5 Stages to Building a Survival Cabin
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  • 6:06 pm What You Should Do Within 60 Minutes After SHTF
  • 1:01 pm Self-Defence Against Knife Attacks: Evidence-Based Approach
  • 7:01 pm How To Quickly Make A Survival Shelter When You’re Lost In The Wilderness

When I was a little girl, probably only about 3 or 4 years old, I had the unfortunate luck of getting bitten by a nasty spider. Thankfully, the critter wasn’t anything too awful that I had to be rushed to the hospital, but it sure wasn’t fun. But to tell you the truth, I quickly forgot all […]

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We tend to think that stockpiling food and supplies for an emergency is a modern invention. But it’s not. It actually started thousands of years ago, with people stockpiling food for a snowy day. Those ancestors of ours knew something that most of us today have forgotten: the fact that winter comes every year and […]

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If you want to observe a near-perfect communal prepping plan already in action, take a look at the Amish. They live sustainably in a community that grows or creates everything needed to survive and they don’t depend on modern technology to do it. Here are just a few skills that we can learn from the […]

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A good stockpile of food will go a long way toward helping you survive the aftermath of any disaster or life crisis, especially when grocery stores are emptied. Here are 23 survival uses for honey that you didn’t knowabout. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that there are people who are not preppers who nevertheless instinctively know to stockpile food. This […]

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It’s hard not to look down on homeless people. Even if you’re a compassionate person who gives to charity, you probably feel uncomfortable when a homeless person approaches you and asks for change. In the back of your mind, you can’t help but wonder, what is wrong with this person that made him or her […]

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It seems that the art of survival has got lost through these modern ages of technology and comfortable living that we know today.Here are 23 survival uses for honey that you didn’t knowabout. Here at Outdoor Revival we love survival, bushcraft and living outdoors, it’s what most of us get up to in our spare time, but there are a people that are true […]

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Modern life has led people away from their backyard gardens and well-stocked root cellars. These once farmhouse staples helped ensure that families could feed themselves no matter how long the road to town was, what the weather was like, or their economic situation. While access to grocery stores makes it seem like there’s no need […]

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It has been said that knowledge is power, and that applies to any area in life. Of course, it is important to arm and prepare, but it is even more important to constantly learn new aspects of survival. Some of these arts and sciences have been lost in the last century, as modern life has […]

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I guess every generation has had plenty to say – not much of it good – about the ones that come after it. Historians say people were doing that as long ago as Ancient Greece, and if every generation really was worse than their parents’ one was, we’d be in a pretty sorry state by […]

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There’s plenty of information online about where you shouldn’t live off-grid. There’s advice about which climates just don’t work with solar power, or tales of how cities have denied a family’s off-grid dreams. So, where should you go? We’ll walk you through the considerations you need to keep in mind when choosing the best places to live […]

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