Losing your home, your family in danger of being torn apart, developing health issues – just three of the many fears we regularly hear at SarahsHouse.net. We’ve put this website together to support the very real threats that our visitors face in their day to day lives. The site is about all things survival, whatever than means for you. For some people that’s overcoming family problems without ending up on the streets, for others it’s preparing themselves for their vision of societal collapse.
While we’d love to help more people to improve their quality of life and turn their focus from survival to comfortably living while they’re aware of the risks that might flare up, the one common factor that we see again and again is that the small step of choosing to help yourself is a requirement for starting that journey. Whatever your reason is for preparing for the future, the threat of violence from societal breakdown, being able to feed yourself and your family, or simply keeping a roof over your head, our survival guide is here to help.
At the top of the page, you’ll see our menu, dividing the site into five sections:
- Food And Utilities
As you’ve probably guessed, this sections addresses the problems relating to being able to put food on the table and keeping the lights on. At a basic level, it’s about preparing yourself for the worst by stocking up on long life foods and having a means of generating your own power. We’ve gone into a lot more detail though, why not take a look?
- Physical Safety
Knowing how to defend yourself is a useful skill in any part of life, and contrary to many people’s beliefs, it’s not about being aggressive. However, if somebody attacks you, it’s a good idea to have a plan. Read more in this section.
- Natural Disaster
We’ve all seen the devastation and human cost of hurricanes, tsunamis and other threats that Mother Nature throws at us on the news bulletins, but what would you do if disaster struck closer to home? That’s what we’ve been talking about here.
- Societal Breakdown
We live in a time where there’s a lot of ill feeling about the gap between the rich and the poor, and the presidential vote and globally referendums like the Brits leaving the European Union through ‘Brexit’ show just how people have had enough of blindly following and putting up with what they’re told to do. While the developed world is yet to see significant threats to civilization, poorer countries are starting to see the effects. Will it spread? Find out how you can prepare here.
- The Blog
Our final section covers what is probably described as our own views and thoughts about the state of the world, preparedness and anything that doesn’t fit well or elaborates upon the above sections. Read our Survival Blog.