Monthly Archives: May 2013

7 Mistakes Suburban Preppers Make

May 29th, 2013 (2 Comments)

In some circumstances, mistakes have tragic consequences. There are no do over’s in some cases, and the famous line, “the more you sweat in peacetime the less you bleed in war”(sun Tzu) can be applied to prepping. You not only need the proper supplies and equipment, you need knowledge, certain skill sets and real time […]

3 Things You Should Always Carry With You

May 22nd, 2013 (7 Comments)

  3 Things You Should Always Carry With You An emergency is a serious, unexpected and often times dangerous situation that in most cases requires immediate action on your part, action that can save your life or the life of others. Everyone hopes that he or she will react in the right way, and will […]

How To Prepare Your Vehicle For Emergencies

May 15th, 2013 (4 Comments)

Preparing Your Vehicle for Emergencies Many of us living in suburbia that commute to and from work sometimes take for granted one of the most important preps, YOUR CAR.  It is critical that you remember that your vehicle in a survival situation is your shelter and it will protect you from the elements, insects and […]

The Best Ways To Start An Emergency Fire

May 8th, 2013 (1 Comment)

A quick note before we get to the meat and potatos.  If you haven’t noticed or are new to Suburban Prepper, we have given the website a little bit of a facelift.  We wanted to make it easier to navigate around.  I want to take a moment to invite you to take a look around […]

3 Rules to Threat Assessment

May 1st, 2013 (2 Comments)

3 Rules to Threat Assessment Being prepared is critical for surviving any situation and many people work toward being prepared for anything. Realistically however, you cannot prepare for every possible contingency. Therefore, many prepare in a more general sense realizing that many emergency preparations are not disaster specific. There are certain things that you will […]