Latest Survival Life Newsletter Hits Email Inboxes with Valuable Information

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Absolute Rights contributor ‘Above Average’ Joe has been operating SurvivalLife.com, and sending useful information in its semiweekly Newsletter.

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Survival Life is a non-politically biased source that is geared toward the survival side of prepping.

Helping preppers and survivalists worldwide with its useful and pertinent information, SurvivalLife.com is publishing a semiweekly Newsletter with functional and beneficial advice for becoming prepared. “Above Average’ Joe, and Absolute Rights expert contributor, manages the blog and chooses the most interesting and engaging content for its digital Newsletters.

The main article focuses on the use of bamboo for survival purposes, specifically crafting a fishing pole. Bamboo, says Joe, is one of the most useful and universal pieces of survival tools that can be manufactured from a natural plant.

“These simple steps will allow you to create a tool for yourself that will both entertain you on any lazy day that you feel having a few beers and catching some fish the old fashioned way as well as feed you when you have no other choice,” Joe wrote in the article.

In the Practical Prepper section of the Newsletter, where Joe shares tips on incorporating everyday items for survival purposes, cast iron cookware is the topic. The article says that durability, flexibility, and heat retention and dispersion are the biggest benefits of cast iron.

“When it comes to cooking, one of the best items you can have in your pantry or on your rack is a good solid cast iron skillet,” Joe wrote. “Cast iron is one of the most durable forms of cookware around, and if you know how to use them they can provide some of the best tasting foods you can imagine.”

The Survival Tip of the Day, shared in every Survival Life Newsletter, highlights the psychology of survival, and what sort of mental barriers there are for those trying to endure it.

Fear and despair, two of the biggest mental blockers, are described as aversions to wanting to survive. While both are hard to avoid, doing so will make a huge difference in the psyche of a person experiencing the aftermath of a disaster.

“The truth of the matter is…not one of us has all the answers,” said Joe in the article. “We can only prepare so much and the rest will be left up to being able to your ability to improvise during a disaster.”

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.”

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