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The Survivalist Prepper Podcast

Dale Goodwin, Self Sufficient Prepper and Survival

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The Survivalist Prepper Podcast
The Survivalist Prepper Podcast

The Survivalist Prepper Podcast

Dale Goodwin, Self Sufficient Prepper and Survival

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Survivalist Prepper, all about survival skills, prepping, preparedness and living off the grid without too much “tin foil hat” stuff. Learning how to become more self sufficient when disaster strikes. Stay up to date with the latest prepping news and information like bugging out, prepping and survival gear, and food storage etc.

Latest Episodes

SPP323 The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 2)

This is part 2 of what should I put in my first aid kit. In episode 1Lisa and I talk about 3 different levels of first aid kits, beginner kits, intermediate kits and now we get to the advanced first aid supplies. Keep in mind if you are at the point of having an advanced first you should probably take a CMT class or a first aid class to be able to use the first aid equipment before you spend the money on it.For more of the show notes visit the page for episode one here. It has the download and all the other information you will need. Be Prepared For Everything I also talked about my book that was just published to Amazon and has been very well received.You can find the book here.As I wrote in the description of the book it is not all about doomsday and as the title says we should be prepared to face anything. Here is part of that article… “Preparedness should be a mindset, not a fad. To become a seasoned prepper we need to start from ground zero and work our way up, and we need to do it in a way that doesn’t put us in the poor house. Preparing is also very personalized, there is no one way to build your food storage and no one way to build your bug out bag. All of our situations are different and we need to plan accordingly.” Read the entire article here. Leave Us A Review On iTunes: Reviews are always appreciated and I will be reading the reviews on the show along with shout outs for sharing great comments and emails.Head over to iTunes and leave us a reviewand help us grow. Back To AllPodcast Episodes Dale SurvivalistPrepper.net

46 MIN1 days ago
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SPP323 The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 2)

The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 1)

In this episode Lisa and I talk about 3 different levels of first aid kits, beginner kits, intermediate kits and advanced first aid supplies. Keep in mind if you are at the point of having an advanced first you should probably take a CMT class or a first aid class to be able to use the first aid equipment before you spend the money on it. Lisa had me make a PDF of the notes below for everyone to print off, you can download that here. Important:this article is not medical advice, If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website. 1. Simple First Aid Kit (Good Starting point great for cars, or a travel kit in a car as well) * Band Aids* Alcohol swabs* 4×4 gauze (in sterile 2 piece packs) (12)* Rubbing alcohol (16oz)* Vet wrap (2 rolls) (Coban)* Cling gauze (3...

56 MIN1 weeks ago
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The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 1)

Maintaining Your Preparedness Level

As we travel along in our preparedness journey, we are bound to get sidetracked or lose focus at one point or another. Unfortunately, just about all of us fall victim to this, but we can’t afford to let it drag on. One week turns into three weeks, and that turns into months or even years. The good news is that the longer we continue prepping the more we can afford to take a few breaks and avoid the dreaded “Prepper Burnout”. Basically, if we take 10 steps forward, we can afford to take a step back occasionally. In this article I want to share with you my prepping routine, as well as some of the main reasons we lose focus on preparedness. This is especially important for the beginning preppers out there because many people lose interest in prepping after only a few months. While there are many factors that go into why someone might lose interest in preparedness, the three main reasons are complacency, distractions and finances. I would be willing to bet that anyone asked why they ...

56 MIN2 weeks ago
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Maintaining Your Preparedness Level

Understanding Different Personalities & Prepping

One of the biggest influences on our prepping plans is people, and how they react in different situations. This will include people in our preparedness plans, and people we may come across. Understanding how to deal with different personality types is critical to getting the best results in any given situation. The way you interact with someone will determine their reaction to the subject. Some people need a “go it or else” warning, and some people would react very poorly to being ordered to do something. This would be a challenge if you came across someone in a SHTF situation because you haven’t had the time to get to know them. Learning how to read people is something that will come in very handy in any SHTF scenario. In this article titled “Learn How to Read People and Peel Back the Onion” I went over the different layers of a relationship and how much you should trust someone. When it comes to prepping groups or even getting your loved ones on board with prepping we need to...

31 MIN3 weeks ago
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Understanding Different Personalities & Prepping

Tips for Preparing With Children

This week on the podcast we have a special guest Morgan from RoguePreparedness on with us to talk about preparedness with children and some challenges she recently encountered. Morgan recently went on a multi-state 30 day trip with her husband and 2 children and shared some of her takeaways with us. Experiences like this are a great way to find the flaws in your bug out plans, and gives you an idea about how difficult bugging out with children could actually be. Morgan is very active on social media and has some great videos on YouTube. If you have small children and have any questions, she is definitely the person to ask. Below are some of the topics we covered in this weeks show, but make sure and listen because we went through so much more. Tips for Preparing With Children Sometimes in any given household only one of the parents is concerned about preparedness, and most of the time the children in that household could care less, after all their idea of doomsday is losing a girlfr...

50 MINAUG 22
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Tips for Preparing With Children

Bug Out Locations, Supplies & Resources

Over the next few weeks Lisa and I are going through all the steps of bugging out, and discussing why it’s more complicated than it seems on the surface. This week we are going over bug out locations, supplies and resources, and next week we will be talking about bug out vehicles, and why one might not be better than the other. When we think about bugging out we tend to think about the most extreme situations, like a full blown economic collapse or war that leaves us no choice but to head for the hills. But in reality bugging out could mean something as simple as leaving your home for a few days or weeks. With all the different variables involved with why you would bug out it’s impossible to create the perfect plan, but that’s why we plan for the worst, and hope for the best. The Non Prepper Bug Out In this week’s show we started off by talking about what the average person who knows nothing about prepping would do in a bug out situation. We have seen a couple examples of this o...

54 MINAUG 15
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Bug Out Locations, Supplies & Resources

Cause and Effect of a Grid Down Event

Anyone who has ever gone through a power outage (I’m willing to bet is just about everyone) knows that it seems like life just stops without electricity. Literally everything we buy, and use is associated with electricity in one way or another. Take dog food for example. While you don’t need to plug a bag of dog food in, the factory where it was made relies on machines, and light for people to see. It also requires fuel which is made in refineries to get that dog food to the grocery store. A short-term power outage would probably be an inconvenience, while a more extended grid down event would have dire consequences the longer it lasts. Regardless whether we are talking about a power outage that lasts a few hours or a complete grid down event, there are some precautions we can take. Possible Power Outage Causes Before we get into the large-scale events that could cause a power grid failure for an extended period, let’s go over the more likely short-term power outage scenarios. Wh...

57 MINAUG 8
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Cause and Effect of a Grid Down Event

Everyday Items I Will Miss When The SHTF

The world we are living in today is a far cry from what I believe our forefathers set out for us to have, but in the US today everyone has become so focused on what they are entitled too, and it seems they have lost track of how to personally responsible and accountable for how they live their everyday lives. But with the way things seem to be going today, one can’t help but wonder how long this illusion will last. Sooner or later everyone will have to pull their heads out of the sand and face the reality that things are not at all what they seem, and for most it will be too late. They will not have planned for the worst, and they will be the ones running to the big box stores trying to buy whatever they can before it is all gone. However, you are not one of those people, and I know this, because you are here reading this article, and visiting many other preparedness websites gathering information. If you are anything like me, you are planning for the day when you won’t be able to...

38 MINAUG 1
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Everyday Items I Will Miss When The SHTF

The All American Sun Oven Workshop

If you have been interested in preparedness for a while you no doubt have heard about the All-American Sun Oven, and possibly even own one. In my opinion, the Sun Oven is one of the most important preparedness supplies we can have. While food, water and shelter are by far the most important aspects of preparedness, having the tools around to utilize those is just as important. The Sun Oven is helpful in a number of areas of preparedness. * No need to store fuel* Can be used every day (not just in a disaster)* Give off no cooking smell* Can heat and pasteurize water (without using fuel) * Will cook just about everything (no fried foods)* Dehydrate meat and vegetables* Very easy to use* Includes a 15 year guarantee…but will last a lifetime. The Sun Oven Workshop Today’s podcast is a replay of the workshop I did with Paul from Sun Oven International. If you would like to watch the full video you can watch the replay here. Paul is also offering a limited time discount of $168 which in...

71 MINJUL 25
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The All American Sun Oven Workshop

How Poeple Really React In a Crisis

Some people think that everyone will come together during a crisis, In this episode we talk to Brian about how people really reacted during the recent West Virginia chemical spill. What he saw was what we all think will happen, people fighting, looting and forgetting about morals. This is also a great example about why we should be preparing and why we should look at as many different scenarios as we can, because we never know what will happen. I love these real life examples from people who have actually gone through what we think about everyday. Some of my favorite podcast interviews are with people who have had first hand experience. Here are a few that I have done in the past… Selco: Surviving 1 Year in Hell Kyle: 41 Days in the Wild Bennett: Surviving Hurricane Katrina This weeks Survival Tip In an article from Survival Cache they talk about using sunglasses to maintain a tactical edge. It is true that the eyes are the window to the soul and hiding behind a pair of sunglasses ...

43 MINJUL 18
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How Poeple Really React In a Crisis

Latest Episodes

SPP323 The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 2)

This is part 2 of what should I put in my first aid kit. In episode 1Lisa and I talk about 3 different levels of first aid kits, beginner kits, intermediate kits and now we get to the advanced first aid supplies. Keep in mind if you are at the point of having an advanced first you should probably take a CMT class or a first aid class to be able to use the first aid equipment before you spend the money on it.For more of the show notes visit the page for episode one here. It has the download and all the other information you will need. Be Prepared For Everything I also talked about my book that was just published to Amazon and has been very well received.You can find the book here.As I wrote in the description of the book it is not all about doomsday and as the title says we should be prepared to face anything. Here is part of that article… “Preparedness should be a mindset, not a fad. To become a seasoned prepper we need to start from ground zero and work our way up, and we need to do it in a way that doesn’t put us in the poor house. Preparing is also very personalized, there is no one way to build your food storage and no one way to build your bug out bag. All of our situations are different and we need to plan accordingly.” Read the entire article here. Leave Us A Review On iTunes: Reviews are always appreciated and I will be reading the reviews on the show along with shout outs for sharing great comments and emails.Head over to iTunes and leave us a reviewand help us grow. Back To AllPodcast Episodes Dale SurvivalistPrepper.net

46 MIN1 days ago
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SPP323 The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 2)

The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 1)

In this episode Lisa and I talk about 3 different levels of first aid kits, beginner kits, intermediate kits and advanced first aid supplies. Keep in mind if you are at the point of having an advanced first you should probably take a CMT class or a first aid class to be able to use the first aid equipment before you spend the money on it. Lisa had me make a PDF of the notes below for everyone to print off, you can download that here. Important:this article is not medical advice, If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website. 1. Simple First Aid Kit (Good Starting point great for cars, or a travel kit in a car as well) * Band Aids* Alcohol swabs* 4×4 gauze (in sterile 2 piece packs) (12)* Rubbing alcohol (16oz)* Vet wrap (2 rolls) (Coban)* Cling gauze (3...

56 MIN1 weeks ago
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The 3 Levels of First Aid Kits (Part 1)

Maintaining Your Preparedness Level

As we travel along in our preparedness journey, we are bound to get sidetracked or lose focus at one point or another. Unfortunately, just about all of us fall victim to this, but we can’t afford to let it drag on. One week turns into three weeks, and that turns into months or even years. The good news is that the longer we continue prepping the more we can afford to take a few breaks and avoid the dreaded “Prepper Burnout”. Basically, if we take 10 steps forward, we can afford to take a step back occasionally. In this article I want to share with you my prepping routine, as well as some of the main reasons we lose focus on preparedness. This is especially important for the beginning preppers out there because many people lose interest in prepping after only a few months. While there are many factors that go into why someone might lose interest in preparedness, the three main reasons are complacency, distractions and finances. I would be willing to bet that anyone asked why they ...

56 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Maintaining Your Preparedness Level

Understanding Different Personalities & Prepping

One of the biggest influences on our prepping plans is people, and how they react in different situations. This will include people in our preparedness plans, and people we may come across. Understanding how to deal with different personality types is critical to getting the best results in any given situation. The way you interact with someone will determine their reaction to the subject. Some people need a “go it or else” warning, and some people would react very poorly to being ordered to do something. This would be a challenge if you came across someone in a SHTF situation because you haven’t had the time to get to know them. Learning how to read people is something that will come in very handy in any SHTF scenario. In this article titled “Learn How to Read People and Peel Back the Onion” I went over the different layers of a relationship and how much you should trust someone. When it comes to prepping groups or even getting your loved ones on board with prepping we need to...

31 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Understanding Different Personalities & Prepping

Tips for Preparing With Children

This week on the podcast we have a special guest Morgan from RoguePreparedness on with us to talk about preparedness with children and some challenges she recently encountered. Morgan recently went on a multi-state 30 day trip with her husband and 2 children and shared some of her takeaways with us. Experiences like this are a great way to find the flaws in your bug out plans, and gives you an idea about how difficult bugging out with children could actually be. Morgan is very active on social media and has some great videos on YouTube. If you have small children and have any questions, she is definitely the person to ask. Below are some of the topics we covered in this weeks show, but make sure and listen because we went through so much more. Tips for Preparing With Children Sometimes in any given household only one of the parents is concerned about preparedness, and most of the time the children in that household could care less, after all their idea of doomsday is losing a girlfr...

50 MINAUG 22
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Tips for Preparing With Children

Bug Out Locations, Supplies & Resources

Over the next few weeks Lisa and I are going through all the steps of bugging out, and discussing why it’s more complicated than it seems on the surface. This week we are going over bug out locations, supplies and resources, and next week we will be talking about bug out vehicles, and why one might not be better than the other. When we think about bugging out we tend to think about the most extreme situations, like a full blown economic collapse or war that leaves us no choice but to head for the hills. But in reality bugging out could mean something as simple as leaving your home for a few days or weeks. With all the different variables involved with why you would bug out it’s impossible to create the perfect plan, but that’s why we plan for the worst, and hope for the best. The Non Prepper Bug Out In this week’s show we started off by talking about what the average person who knows nothing about prepping would do in a bug out situation. We have seen a couple examples of this o...

54 MINAUG 15
Comments
Bug Out Locations, Supplies & Resources

Cause and Effect of a Grid Down Event

Anyone who has ever gone through a power outage (I’m willing to bet is just about everyone) knows that it seems like life just stops without electricity. Literally everything we buy, and use is associated with electricity in one way or another. Take dog food for example. While you don’t need to plug a bag of dog food in, the factory where it was made relies on machines, and light for people to see. It also requires fuel which is made in refineries to get that dog food to the grocery store. A short-term power outage would probably be an inconvenience, while a more extended grid down event would have dire consequences the longer it lasts. Regardless whether we are talking about a power outage that lasts a few hours or a complete grid down event, there are some precautions we can take. Possible Power Outage Causes Before we get into the large-scale events that could cause a power grid failure for an extended period, let’s go over the more likely short-term power outage scenarios. Wh...

57 MINAUG 8
Comments
Cause and Effect of a Grid Down Event

Everyday Items I Will Miss When The SHTF

The world we are living in today is a far cry from what I believe our forefathers set out for us to have, but in the US today everyone has become so focused on what they are entitled too, and it seems they have lost track of how to personally responsible and accountable for how they live their everyday lives. But with the way things seem to be going today, one can’t help but wonder how long this illusion will last. Sooner or later everyone will have to pull their heads out of the sand and face the reality that things are not at all what they seem, and for most it will be too late. They will not have planned for the worst, and they will be the ones running to the big box stores trying to buy whatever they can before it is all gone. However, you are not one of those people, and I know this, because you are here reading this article, and visiting many other preparedness websites gathering information. If you are anything like me, you are planning for the day when you won’t be able to...

38 MINAUG 1
Comments
Everyday Items I Will Miss When The SHTF

The All American Sun Oven Workshop

If you have been interested in preparedness for a while you no doubt have heard about the All-American Sun Oven, and possibly even own one. In my opinion, the Sun Oven is one of the most important preparedness supplies we can have. While food, water and shelter are by far the most important aspects of preparedness, having the tools around to utilize those is just as important. The Sun Oven is helpful in a number of areas of preparedness. * No need to store fuel* Can be used every day (not just in a disaster)* Give off no cooking smell* Can heat and pasteurize water (without using fuel) * Will cook just about everything (no fried foods)* Dehydrate meat and vegetables* Very easy to use* Includes a 15 year guarantee…but will last a lifetime. The Sun Oven Workshop Today’s podcast is a replay of the workshop I did with Paul from Sun Oven International. If you would like to watch the full video you can watch the replay here. Paul is also offering a limited time discount of $168 which in...

71 MINJUL 25
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The All American Sun Oven Workshop

How Poeple Really React In a Crisis

Some people think that everyone will come together during a crisis, In this episode we talk to Brian about how people really reacted during the recent West Virginia chemical spill. What he saw was what we all think will happen, people fighting, looting and forgetting about morals. This is also a great example about why we should be preparing and why we should look at as many different scenarios as we can, because we never know what will happen. I love these real life examples from people who have actually gone through what we think about everyday. Some of my favorite podcast interviews are with people who have had first hand experience. Here are a few that I have done in the past… Selco: Surviving 1 Year in Hell Kyle: 41 Days in the Wild Bennett: Surviving Hurricane Katrina This weeks Survival Tip In an article from Survival Cache they talk about using sunglasses to maintain a tactical edge. It is true that the eyes are the window to the soul and hiding behind a pair of sunglasses ...

43 MINJUL 18
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How Poeple Really React In a Crisis