Most Recent SurvivalLife.com Newsletter Sent to Global Readers

SurvivalLife.com has published the latest Digital Newsletter with articles on topics including emergency food storage and survival tools.

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Articles featured in the Newsletter cover topics like appetite fatigue, extensive survival multi-tools, and multiple uses for paracord.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 01, 2013

SurvivalLife.com and Managing Editor ‘Above Average’ Joe have published the newest edition of their comprehensive Digital Newsletter. Articles featured in the Newsletter cover topics like appetite fatigue, extensive survival multi-tools, and multiple uses for paracord.

In the main article, Joe focused on disaster food storage, and highlighted the importance of stocking food that will not spoil. A chart of items like corn syrup, salt, and white rice is included in the article, and Joe explains why they are vital parts of a good food supply.

“If you’re new to food storage, these staples are a great way to start,” wrote Joe in the article. “They are the longest lasting foods in the world and most of them are relatively cheap.”

The Survival Tip of the Day shares a list of uses for paracord, one of Joe’s favorite survival items and a versatile addition to any emergency supply. Paracord is something Joe carries on him every day, mainly because of its wide range of uses.

After a friend asked Joe what the paracord keychain on his keys was for, he “explained a little history of paracord and told him and many of the different ways that it could be used.”

A friendly bet encouraged Joe to come up with 100 uses, and needs help to fill out his list. Paracord can be used for so many tasks, and Joe asked readers to comment in the section below the article with more ideas.

Finally, the Practical Prepper article covered a unique multi-tool Joe acquired at a trade show. He informs readers on the good and bad aspects of the tool, giving them a full review and writing that “Being in the woods doesn’t mean you have to eat like a cave man.”

Even though it has some small drawback, Joe declared the tool worthy of inclusion in a supply of survival items. “I think this is a great tool to keep in any camping gear or bug out bag,” Joe concluded in the article.

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