Here at The Survival Place Blog we are dedicated to helping you and your family get prepared for whatever comes your way.

The way things are going it just makes good sense to have a plan for all sorts of emergencies, whether it be caused by Mother Nature or man-made it doesn’t matter. The goal is to have a plan in place so when the time comes your family is safe and secure and well prepared.

We want to give you good information and make you think about all sorts of scenarios so if or when they occur you have it all thought out and the skills and supplies to get you through those tough times.

Some of the things you can do to prepare for the unexpected, such as assembling a supply kit that includes at least 72 hours of food, water and developing a family emergency plan.

These are the same for all types of hazards, however each emergency is unique and knowing the actions to take for each threat will impact the specific decisions and preparations you make.

By learning about these specific threats, you are preparing yourself to react in an emergency.

Thanks for stopping by and get prepared!


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  1. very many thanks for reblogging my post today! as you can see, im just a greenhorn as rgds blogs, computers etc, so any help like yours will help me enormously….and what a grand site you have here too! absolutely chock full of very useful information…

  2. Hello there sir, can you send me a list of blog roll / CPA ad packages at malak@rddusa.com? I wish to feature some of your material on my website since I’m a prepper in the making. As I start to rework my inventory for fellow preppers, I would love to partner with your blog. Thanks.

  3. I saw your article titled “Taxes and Preparedness – Do They Fit Together?” on Survivopedia, but I don’t see it here, though. Thanks! Very informative. I’ll check out the other resources you have here.

    But it got me thinking how I can’t really get my head around the real-life scenario of runaway inflation. I’ve hear stories about what it was like it in the past, but what might it look like today? For example, if someone is working for a company, isn’t that company likely to just shut down? If so, how would this employee benefit by being able to pay off debts with all this inflated cash if he has no cash? I’m self employed, but assuming my customers could even stay in business in that kind of environment, I would have to start raising my rates frequently in order to get enough cash to pay anything off. More likely, the work would just end and I’d be left with whatever cash I had on hand. It just doesn’t seem like that kind of a scenario could be sustained long enough to be of much “benefit” to anyone. Can you shed some light on this?

  4. Can I just say I absolutely love your blog!
    People think I’m nuts when talking about prepping and you have been a wealth of information for me, thank you, Laiyla.

  5. Hello SurvivalPlaceBlog,
    If there are any special medical topics you are interested in us writing for you, just let us know, and we’ll be happy to send it over to you for posting. We only do medical stuff at ThePrepperPages, but we get so excited we almost wet ourselves when we actually get a request 🙂

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    I have visited your website https://thesurvivalplaceblog.com/ and find it is really very great. I like it very much. I wonder if there’s any opportunity to work together with you, like image ads, text links, sponsored posts or other ways? Or would you help us spread our website in your social media accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, YouTube, etc.

    If this is the case, would you supply with your advertising rates or media kits?

    Look forward to your reply. Thank you very much!

    Best Regards,

    Carol Sun
    Customer PR Manager
    Email: pr@fishingsir.com
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    • We are always looking for great new content, let me know which articles are available to post. We always give credit to the author and a bio if available and a link back to the original article, let me know if there are any other special instructions.

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