Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
In the latest issue of the Survival Life Newsletter, Editor and website manager ‘Above Average’ Joe continues his list of inexpensive items to buy that will become priceless in a disaster, as well as other featured survival article.
The main article is the second part of the bartering advice Joe was providing readers in the last Newsletter. The first five items are reviewed, and Joe goes on to explain what else will come in handy when a crisis hits. Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) are his first suggestion.
“MREs are great to have on hand for bartering as well as personal survival,” said Joe.
Laundry detergent, coins, and water bottles round out the second part of the list, and Joe devoted ample space to describing their usefulness and value should a disaster make it third to find them. The final part of the list of bartering items will be featured in the next Newsletter.
The Survival Tip of the Day article focuses on smart and savvy ways to store survival and safety items from would-be burglars or looters. Decorative items, folded towels, or old jars in the pantry will all make good hiding spots, ones that Joe says the average person would never think to look.
“Laundry hampers are rarely considered anything but bins for dirty clothes. Consider placing a dummy hamper in a corner of a closet. Then store items like handguns, coins and heavier items wrapped in a towel at the bottom,” wrote Joe in the article.
Finally, in the Practical Prepper Newsletter section, Joe recommends and reviews StillTasty.com, a website that provides shelf lives and frozen lives of thousands of food.
“There are so many questions when it comes to food storage and shelf life that I could never possibly hope to answer all of them but that didn’t stop me from spending hours and hours researching,” Joe wrote. “Over all I am extremely impressed with the website and even more important, it’s free to use.”
Articles like these are featured daily on SurvivalLife.com, alongside content other prepper blogs, product reviews, e-book reviews, and a variety of topics on disaster preparation and survival. It is a non-politically biased source that is geared toward the survival side of prepping. Subscriptions to the daily Newsletter brings all of the latest information from SurvivalLife.com straight to readers’ inboxes.
Whether readers need wilderness survival tips or strategies to plan for an urban disaster, SurvivalLife.com covers it all. Well on its way to becoming a preeminent member of the survival blog-o-sphere, SurvivalLife.com is contributing to the conversation and hopes readers do as well.
As Joe and the SurvivalLife.com team like to say, “It’s your life. Prepare to survive.”