Ready. Set. Survive.
Life happens whether we are equipped or not. It is our belief to be prepared for whatever comes down the road to the best of our ability.
Being mindful of possibilities and outcomes not only gives us the confidence to move forward but a reason to keep moving. We share this with you in hopes that wherever life takes you and to whatever degree you are ready to the best of your abilities.
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When disaster strikes, make sure you have plenty of nutritious, long-lasting food on hand. Our selection of emergency food includes tasty meals and snacks that will keep you fueled and satisfied in any situation.
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At American Survivalist, we believe that survival skills are essential for everyone. Our "How To's" blog section aims to empower and equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to survive and thrive in any situation. So, join us on this journey of self-reliance and start learning today!
Whether you're a seasoned survivalist or just starting out, our blog page has something for everyone. Learn how to build a shelter, start a fire, purify water, and navigate in the wilderness. Discover the best survival gear and equipment to pack in your emergency kit. Get insights on how to stay safe during natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes.
Tip of the Month
Master Your Attitude
• Develop a plan.
• Inventory the resources you have
• Identify the critical tasks required for survival (water, shelter, food)
• Determination: It’s often grit that separates a survivor from a non-survivor
• Recognize feelings are not facts. You may feel hopeless, but keep your thoughts focused on the tasks that need to be accomplished