Weekly Roundup: Survival Posts From Around the Web

I wanted to try something different here on UK Survival Guides and start a weekly post that will showcase some great posts that have inspired me in some way or got me thinking. Like any other blogger, I have certain blogs that I follow and while some posts may not interest me, others do. So each week I will be writing a post with my favorite survival posts from around the web. Let’s get started……

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16 Awesome Recipes for When You’re Camping

When you’re out camping you already have a lot of gear to be packing that we usually resort to packing the bare minimal in terms of food. The thing is, there is some amazing food that you can make without the use for a lot of gear or heavy ingredients. We have scoured the web to bring you 16 awesome recipes for when you’re camping and that taste beautiful when cooked over an open fire….

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How To Sleep Better and Cure Insomnia Naturally

We grow up with the images on our TV or in books in where somebody has to resort to counting sheep in order to fall asleep. As children when we hear those things we may even find it funny but as we get older we realise that insomnia is no laughing matter and we can spend all night tossing and turning in bed without any results. It has been estimated that one in four Americans…

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[Product Recommendation] Personal Radiation Detector

RADTriage Radiation Detector is a U.S. Military-grade personal dosimeter that instantly detects radiation exposure in the event of a dirty bomb, nuclear reactor accident such as Fukushima and Chernobyl and other sources of radiation. This always-on wallet card/badge radiation detector does not require batteries or calibration. The sensor strip instantly turns darker when it detects harmful levels of radiation. The latest version, Model 50 (this model), begins alerting at 50 mSv. This product was recently…

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How to Cope With Grief Following a Disaster

The problem with many major disasters is that there are usually fewer resources available to us during the initial aftermath that can help us to overcome the grief and the trauma. This means that many people have to look to their own resources and try to get support from those such as family and friends to help them through. Everybody experiences grief in different ways and how you personally grieve depends on many things such…

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