Think wiki, but curated with topics zeroing in on survival and preparedness. This site just blows you away with the amount of info right from the get-go — the homepage is an adventure waiting to happen, really. You could get lost on this site for hours, and you’d be unbothered by it.

Plus, the guys over at The Prepared know the way to our hardened prepper hearts by doing away with the junk. Just take a look and tell us if you feel bombarded by ads or if you’re just noticing AND enjoying the lack of it.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Skilled Survival

Looking for a place to go to compare survival gear and products? Or maybe you’re looking for a site that lists out what the best equipment is on the market right now?

Look no further than Skilled Survival. Browsing the homepage will show you they mean business. Various posts will tell you why you need a particular survival item and what the best brand to get is. They even go as far as to tell you where to get the gear!

What makes it even better is they don’t just give you one specific brand; they’ll list out 7 to 20 different variants! Boy, we do love having choices.

Bonus point: They’ve got other posts that focus on giving the best survival and prepping tips, written in a way that is easy to understand at a glance.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Survival Cache

This gem of a survival site focuses on a lot of survival-gear reviews, but that doesn’t mean it’s exclusive to just gear junkies! There are so many informative articles that are prepping/survival focused on Survival Cache.

The advice they give out in their posts is pretty legit, too, because of the diverse team they have. They’ve got former Marine and SEAL members, weapons specialists, outdoor enthusiasts — do we really need to wonder why they churn out so many good articles?

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Doom And Bloom

When SHTF, there’s gonna be one aspect of surviving that you’ll need to focus on — the medical aspect.

Doom and Bloom’s founders, Joe and Amy Alton are experts in their field. Joe is a licensed medical doctor, while Amy is a registered nurse practitioner. They’ve got a slew of published survival guides like “The Survival Medicine Handbook,” so it would seem natural for them to dominate the online world with their expert advice. Never has a website given such detailed information on medical survival, and we can’t help but highly appreciate that.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Preparedness Mama

Into preparedness, survival, and self-reliance but not into the whole doomsday prepper thing yet? Then Preparedness Mama is where you need to be. The site is perfect for moms and dads who want to get into prepping while still getting things done.

From gardening to how to prepare for a blackout to dehydrating food, Preparedness Mama promises valuable information to help you get through prepping, one day at a time.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

The Prepper Journal

“Prepping, survival, and common sense” is what The Prepper Journal is all about, and we’re damn near happy about that sentiment.

The Prepper Journal has been around since 2013 and a fan fave in the online survival and prepping community. The site helps people take better steps to preparedness. Owner Pat Henry (a pen name) wants to motivate people— and he’s done a crazy good job. The site has a whopping 1700+ articles on a variety of topics related to prepping and survival.

Suppose you want to take care of your family and your community. In that case, The Prepper Journal will definitely help you on your journey.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

The Survivalist Blog

Simple and straight to the point — that’s how we’d describe The Survivalist Blog. It’s easy to navigate, doesn’t hurt the eyes, and has a lot of information on prepping and survival. They’ve got checklists, gear reviews, tips and tricks, and a lot more.

The team behind this blog is the same team handling Survival Sullivan, so you’re assured quality and sound advice from experts in the field.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Pew Pew Tactical

From weapons noob to weapons slinger, Pew Pew Tactical takes seriousness a peg down or two while still giving out information and guides worth gold in value. They focus on upping your gun knowledge while educating you on keeping safe and using your weapons wisely, legally, and appropriately.

We love ‘em ‘cos they’re so damn enthusiastic, it’s infectious.

“Think of us like your gun-obsessed buddy who is really awesome at explaining stuff and doesn’t mind doing whatever it takes.”

Buddy. You’re on our list!

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Offgrid Survival

Offgrid Survival is one of the top preparedness and survival sites you can find on the net. Ask anyone, and this site will always be part of the “must visit” list.

It’s been around 2007, and founder Robert Richardson has helped propel this site to the top with his 20-year survival and preparedness expertise nudging things along.

They update the site daily, so there’s always something new to learn. As they say, knowledge is power!

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Bunker Basics

A great addition to the list, Bunker Basics is a prime example of a survival blog that goes above and beyond to supply readers with nuggets of information. They’ve got the standard posts and articles that give stellar tips on survival, SHTF scenarios, and more. But Bunker Basics makes it even more interesting with a section on their site dedicated to interviews.

These interviews are usually done with experts on survival and preparedness. In fact, Bunker Basics has even interviewed Joe and Amy Alton of Doom and Bloom. It definitely gives you a more in-depth look into the world of prepping and survival and makes the community very inclusive.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

The Organic Prepper

If you’re looking for content on preparedness, health, and food, The Organic Prepper is a blog you can rely on for expert tips and advice.

Behind the website is Daisy Luther, where she writes about the importance of prepping and current events concerning emergency preparedness.

The blog also promotes self-sufficient living as it discusses topics on growing a survival garden, raising livestock, collecting rainwater, and the like.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Prepared Survivalist

Whether you’re new in the prepping world or a veteran, Prepared Survivalist has all the content you need to raise your game in the survival and preparedness department.

Founded by Alan Smith, the blog covers topics like choosing the proper survival gear, stocking up your prepper pantry, and applying tried-and-tested tips and tricks in emergencies.

There are all sorts of exciting survival and prepping ideas on the site that you can pick up and apply to your day-to-day life.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

The Survival Mom

We all know mothers have so much on their plate that prepping for emergencies is the last thing on their agenda.

If you’re one of the mamas who’s busy running a hectic household but wants her family to come prepared in times of crisis, The Survival Mom is the resource you need.

Lisa Bedford, a mother of two herself, is the brains behind the blog.

Clueless where to start? You can familiarize yourself with some basic prepping skills or learn about getting your home and family prepped and secured on the site.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

The Prepping Guide

Things can go south in times when you least expect them, and it’s a matter of who’s ready for them or not.

To get yourself ahead of the game, check out The Prepping Guide. On the blog, you’ll learn how to control emergency situations and learn how to deal with them like a pro.

Basically, it’s a site that tackles everything preparedness, relating to yourself, your family, and the environment around you.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Fieldcraft Survival

In the prepping world, you never stop learning. Why? You can never tell what kind of dangerous situation you’re gonna encounter next.

If you wanna widen your skills and increase your chances of survival, you can read about survival plans and disaster preparedness on Fieldcraft Survival. And if these resources aren’t enough, the blog has training courses like self-defense classes available on its site.

Its mission is to educate, train, and equip its readers to survive the worst-case scenarios.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Backdoor Survival

If you’re new to the prepping game, Backdoor Survival is an excellent place to start getting into the prepper mindset.

The blog comes with an ultimate guide to becoming a prepper and a handful of articles on family preparedness that could really get you and your family started on your journey. It even discusses homesteading and self-sufficiency as well as water and food storage plans.

If you wanna take it up a notch and immerse yourself with all kinds of survival gear, the site also has articles about tools and emergency supplies. And when you’re truly serious about survivalism, the blog can teach you useful ways to build a survival mindset.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Primal Survivor

For the newbie preppers who don’t know where to start or the seasoned preppers who want to take their skills to the next level, Primal Survivor is one of the most comprehensive and helpful blogs you’ll find.

Its posts are guaranteed to help you get out of any disaster situation alive and unscathed with its practical and actionable tips that focus on providing you the skills and knowledge you need.

If you’re tired of reading baseless predictions and looking for sensible advice, you already know what blog to trust.

Some of our fave articles on the site:

Final Thoughts

The next time something as serious as a pandemic plagues the entire world, or when a major disaster hits your town, you can count on these blogs to help you on your prepping adventures.

2021 is now the year that truly has prepping taking off, 2020 having pushed it to this point. We’re glad it is ‘cos it is about time people become more aware of the benefits of preparedness. Be equipped for 2022 with the right prepping knowledge.

We’re here to be a part of your journey, to help you get prepared, along with the whole online prepping and survival community.