Surviving a bad situation, an earthquake, a fire, a zombie outbreak, is kind of a tough thing to do. Would you know what to do? Chances are, if you’re a regular person, going to work, taking care of your family and doing your regular thing, you don’t spend a lot of time thinking about or preparing for the end of civilization as we know it.

So, all of a sudden the zombies are pounding on your door, and what do you do? I bet you’ll wish you had spent a little more time doing that cardio you always said you would. Or maybe laid by some supplies for a rainy day. Well don’t worry, because that hasn’t happened yet so you still have time to prepare.

One great place to find out all about how to survive those pesky zombies is at ZOMBEASE – your guide to living with the undead.


Honestly, I don’t want to waste your time by talking about this blog when you could be reading it right now.
Go check it out: zombease.com 

If you’re still reading then I’ll just throw in my own two cents and sort of blab away until you get tired and go check out the blog.

Living in an area that is prone to earthquakes and tsunamis like Japan has taught me a great deal about being ready in case of a real emergency. Having fresh water, food, fuel and other emergency supplies laid by is a must. The sorts of survival tips that get shared on Zombease are easy to understand, apply and remember.

One of my favorite recent posts dealt with making a mini stove from a roll of toilet paper, rubbing alcohol and an empty paint tin. Check that out here. This sort of thing is practical and useful in real emergencies and having the zombie theme just makes it fun to engage with.

That’s mostly what I love about this blog. Real information and survival tips presented in a fun way.


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Mike Kloran

Educational Designer from Brooklyn New York. I'm a teacher, an artist, an athlete and constantly doing, making, drawing, creating! It's a busy life but I'm doing what I love and that's what matters most to me!

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