Category: Support

SurvivalRing fundraiser time — Updated

SurvivalRing Radio has been shut down for the time being (mentioned this last Friday). The main SurvivalRing.org site and the SurvivalRingRadio.com websites will remain online…just no upcoming podcasts or shows for the time beings. We’ll call our “Hiatus” for the radio show temporary for the next few months. Focus on family and career (and health) […]

PREP: The Dangers of The Normalcy Bias

Source: readynutrition.com By: Tess Pennington  Posted on: February 17th, 2014 Change is often an unwelcome concept into our lives. As humans, we are creatures of habit and have a tendency to gravitate to the norm, to our daily routines and to our regular habits. Anything out of the ordinary that throws us out of our routine can often […]

STUDY: Peers, vigilance influence disaster preparations

Source: fiercehomelandsecurity.com February 6, 2014 By Zach Rausnitz Individuals are more likely to prepare for disasters if they see their peers doing so, finds a new study that concludes peer-awareness has a stronger effect on preparedness than other variables, even having children at home. Since 9/11, the federal government has launched initiatives such as ready.gov that encourage individuals and […]

NEWS: New Survival Show on WND-TV “You don’t have to eat bugs to survive disaster”

Survival News Online blogger Manner Edwards is producing a new series for World Net Daily, on their WND-TV network.  The show teaches practical, real-life skills to prepare for worst. Read below for more information, and visit the link for the full story. WND-TV announces a new series titled “Survival Tips,” featuring practical information about preparing for natural or […]