The Prepper’s Long Term Survival Handbook

The Prepper’s Long Term Survival Handbook

Protect Yourself And Your Family From the Coming Societal Breakdown & Power Grid Collapse: Discover A Complete Guide On Long-Term Survival Skills.
Do you want to know how you can save your life when the time comes?

And make no mistake — the time when you and your loved ones’ survival will depend on you will surely come.

Climate change has brought on us an onslaught of natural disasters, and various life-threatening accidents in the cities are also on the rise.

But it doesn’t even have to go so far — crisis can hit at any time and place. A terrifying storm might knock out your power, a car accident might leave you stranded, or you can just get lost by wandering too far off the trails on your camping trip.

Would you like to know how to limit the damage in such situations and save lives?

Even a simple skill of knowing how to make fire or build a shelter can sometimes mean the difference between life and death.

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we should be prepared for everything.

After that year, would you honestly be surprised if the zombie apocalypse hits next?

Even in the off-chance that happens, you’ll know how to defend yourself and protect your family.

In The Prepper’s Long Term Survival Handbook, you will discover:

The Prepper Checklist – an ultimate list of gear, equipment and provisions that should always be packed and ready in your survival kit
How to develop a survival mindset and stay calm and collected when crisis hits
Where and how to find water in the wilderness, by using various wildlife and nature clues
How to avoid starvation and find food in different environments, including desert areas and mountains
How to keep warm if you get lost and find yourself stranded in the cold weather
Self-defense techniques to protect yourself both in the city and in the wild
A detailed guide on how to build shelter, both in urban areas and the wilderness
First aid skills everyone should know, including city dwellers who have never stepped one foot in the woods – heart attack, bleeding and broken bones don’t care where you live
And much more.

Having survival skills is not just about building fires and hunting.

It’s also about staying calm in life-threatening situations, dealing effectively with fear and panic, and knowing how to survive in both cities and wilderness.

Experts agree that the 2020s will turn out to be the most challenging decade we’ve had in a long time.

Make sure you’re ready for it.

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