In the near future, the world is running on empty.
The world’s economy is collapsing.
The only people left standing are the survivors of the apocalypse, a handful of survivors who are determined to survive.
They’re in the midst of a brutal zombie apocalypse, and if you’re among them, there are some things you can do to help them survive.
But first, a few important tips for surviving an undead outbreak.1.
Stay on your toes 2.
Avoid unnecessary actions 3.
Get some food, water, and medical supplies 4.
Know how to work the air conditioner and be aware of how hot it is 5.
You need to eat and drink water, as well as be able to get enough air for your body to function normally.
And remember, the more food and water you have, the less of an impact it’ll make on you.
Stay active 4.
Take care of yourself.
It’s not about getting stronger, it’s about surviving.
You can eat, drink, and rest easily in the most populated places.
And if you need some extra help, consider taking on a job or volunteer program that will help you get by.
It might be a job in a shelter, or volunteer with an animal shelter or a local food pantry.
Get the most out of your body.
You’re not going to survive this alone.
In the past, the most important thing you could do to survive an outbreak was to eat as much as possible.
That means avoiding the typical “do this and that” food choices that have helped keep you alive throughout history.
And, remember, it is up to you to be prepared for what lies ahead.
Keep your body healthy.
It can take weeks for an infection to take hold, but your body can adapt to the virus and get you through the ordeal.
A little extra water and food are important, too.
And when you’re sick, try to keep your body in tip-top shape.
Avoid contact with your family and friends.
If you’re a close relative or friend, it can be hard to get a grip on the situation and get yourself and your family out of the zombie outbreak.
Keep yourself safe.
The people in your life will be there for you, so take some extra precautions when you get out.
It won’t be easy.
Use your personal belongings to protect yourself.
Even if you have to put things away for a while, remember that a lot of things in the world don’t have to go away.
Take them with you and protect them from zombies, bears, snakes, and other potential dangers.
Don’t eat too much food.
A lot of the things you eat will make you feel sick.
But, if you eat food you know you’ll get, it won’t cause you to get sick.
So, try not to eat that much or at all.
Stay out of crowds.
If a lot more people are in a crowded area, then the number of zombies will grow.
It will be harder to move.
And even if you do manage to find someone who wants to eat you, make sure you don’t get too close to the people.
Be careful with pets.
A zombie outbreak is not just about zombies.
You also need to be aware that dogs can be a danger.
Some people will be more concerned about a dog than a human, and that means you should be careful about keeping them in a crowd.
Use a repellent.
Even though there are only a few ways to survive the zombie apocalypse.
repellents and zombie repellant sprays are some of the best ways to protect you from the virus.
They’ll protect you against all the different types of disease that might come your way.
Don the mask.
Many people think wearing a mask can be an effective way to protect against the zombie.
That’s not true.
A mask protects your face and neck, but it’s also a barrier that will block out all other sounds and light.
You might need to use a mask when driving or walking in certain places.
But don’t take it off just yet.
Keep pets in your home.
If your dog gets sick, you might want to take it to the vet.
You could even get a pet carrier to help you pack up and transport your dog.
Don your bandana.
If an outbreak comes your way, it might be nice to get some extra protection.
If the bandana is not available, take it out of circulation and put it on your head.
Watch out for the water.
The water is essential to your survival, and it can get contaminated quickly.
The longer you stay out of water, the longer you’ll have to rely on other sources of drinking water.
Drink bottled water.
Bottled water will keep you hydrated and will help protect your