SurvivalLife.com Releases Latest Digital Newsletter

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The most recent Newsletter from SurvivalLife.com, the expertly-sourced prepper and survival site, has been released to the public.

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‘Above Average’ Joe is the Managing Editor at SurvivalLife.com, and he starts this latest issue with a request for content that he thinks will add a lot to the site.

The latest Newsletter from the influential survival site SurvivalLife.com has been published with vital information on emergency resources and the social media connection to prepping.

‘Above Average’ Joe is the Managing Editor at SurvivalLife.com, and he starts this latest issue with a request for content that he thinks will add a lot to the site.

“Survival Life is about building a community,” Joe wrote in the Newsletter. “We want to hear your personal stories about why you are a prepper, how you got started, and what you have done so far. Do you have a survival tip that you think more people should know? Do you have a new piece of survival equipment that you want to give your personal review, good or bad? In order for Survival life to read its full potential, I need your help and your stories.”

Readers are encouraged to send their articles and stories to Joe directly. Visit the site to find out how to submit content to Joe.

The main article focuses on social media, and the role it plays in disaster information sharing. Joe wrote that “as long as you have any type of signal on your smart phone or a hotspot on your laptop, at the push of a button you can let all of your friends and family know that you are okay after a disaster.”

“The Red Cross is pioneering a foray into social media and has recently launched a social media monitoring platform — the first of its kind — to not only share safety tips, but to also encourage people to use social tools to better prepare themselves for disaster,” Joe wrote in the article.

The Survival Tip of the Day shares a secret Joe knows that can help any collection of emergency survival items.

“It might not be a very manly thing to carry and I get a few funny looks when I step up to the counter at CVS with a pair of pantyhose,” Joe wrote, “but this is survival planning and you looking manly is trumped by being prepared.”

The article gives several uses for pantyhose, examples of “what a little ingenuity can bring you in a survival situation,” Joe wrote.

The Practical Prepper article in the Newsletter included Joe’s take on the newest episodes of Dual Survival, a Discovery Channel show about wilderness survival.

Joe said he has “a ton of respect for Cody Lundin and for Dave Canterbury as well. The dynamic difference in survival philosophy and style between the two was always entertaining to watch. They seemed to work very well together and keep the show interesting.”

SurvivalLife.com 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.

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