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Campfire Cooking for Preppers

Campfire Cooking for Preppers

There’s nothing like a good campfire meal when you’re “roughing it”. It’s a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, but there may come a time when campfire cooking for preppers takes on a whole new meaning. After TEOTWAWKI, building a campfire will get deadly serious as it is a necessary survival skill that you […]

By December 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Purslane or Pigweed?

Purslane or Pigweed?

Purslane, also known as pig-weed, is a weed that has to be talked about. This weed grows everywhere you don’t want it to grow in the summer. It comes up in the cracks in the side walks and grows as a turf cover in the yard. This plant is a succulent and bloom magenta or […]

By December 16, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
It’s The Day After The SHTF, Now What?

It’s The Day After The SHTF, Now What?

It was just another day, breakfast, work, kids soccer practice …. Consider your own lives. How many of you are on auto-pilot? We all settle into routines, that is human nature. We are wired to make certain assumptions about our day to day life. To do otherwise would be overwhelming to our brains. Then … […]

By December 12, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Bug Out Basics

Bug Out Basics

By Henry Fu   A Bug Out Bag (BOB) is a survival pack that contains the essential supplies designed to keep you alive for a short period of time in a survival situation.  It goes by many names to include 48 hour bag, Get Home Bag, SHTF bag/pack (etc.) and a lot has been written […]

By December 10, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
How to Use a Pair of Glasses to Survive in the Wilderness

How to Use a Pair of Glasses to Survive in the Wilderness

Anyone who has ever been called four eyes may have felt a little down in life because of their specs, but childhood teasing does not last forever. Those four-eyed individuals will one day be able to rub those bullies noses into the fact that those glasses could be the difference between life and death. There […]

By November 29, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

Preparedness

How To Save Money on Your Heating Bill

How To Save Money on Your Heating Bill

Every winter home owners get ready to turn on the heating system for warmth. From cleaning the unit to having the system serviced, a heating unit must be taken care of to ensure that system is ready to function properly. Home owners also take steps to try and save money as home heating can get […]

By December 19, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Campfire Cooking for Preppers

Campfire Cooking for Preppers

There’s nothing like a good campfire meal when you’re “roughing it”. It’s a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, but there may come a time when campfire cooking for preppers takes on a whole new meaning. After TEOTWAWKI, building a campfire will get deadly serious as it is a necessary survival skill that you […]

By December 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
What Does It Mean To Live Sustainable?

What Does It Mean To Live Sustainable?

It’s happening on a global scale. It’s taking place in relationships, in occupation, in health, in spirituality and almost everything. Everything is moving towards sustainability because we have been in a position that is really unsustainable for a long time now. All the constructions that are busting down the world right now, the financial arrangements, […]

By December 15, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Pros & Cons of the 7 Emergency Communication Devices

Pros & Cons of the 7 Emergency Communication Devices

Emergency communication devices are an important part of any go bag. If traditional communication such as phone and web based connections are not available, an emergency communication device may save your life. While each family has different needs and may choose a different device, we’ll review the pros and cons of the 7 most popular […]

By December 14, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
It’s The Day After The SHTF, Now What?

It’s The Day After The SHTF, Now What?

It was just another day, breakfast, work, kids soccer practice …. Consider your own lives. How many of you are on auto-pilot? We all settle into routines, that is human nature. We are wired to make certain assumptions about our day to day life. To do otherwise would be overwhelming to our brains. Then … […]

By December 12, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

Sustainable Living

Greenhouse of the Future

Greenhouse of the Future

Did you know it’s possible to grow your favorite vegetables all year round? It’s even easier to accomplish than you might think. You may have even seen some of the various walipini designs floating around the web, but I’ll bet you haven’t seen one like this. It’s called the Greenhouse Of The Future. Here you’ll […]

By December 19, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Campfire Cooking for Preppers

Campfire Cooking for Preppers

There’s nothing like a good campfire meal when you’re “roughing it”. It’s a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, but there may come a time when campfire cooking for preppers takes on a whole new meaning. After TEOTWAWKI, building a campfire will get deadly serious as it is a necessary survival skill that you […]

By December 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Purslane or Pigweed?

Purslane or Pigweed?

Purslane, also known as pig-weed, is a weed that has to be talked about. This weed grows everywhere you don’t want it to grow in the summer. It comes up in the cracks in the side walks and grows as a turf cover in the yard. This plant is a succulent and bloom magenta or […]

By December 16, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Dandelions

Dandelions

Today lets talk dandelions. We all hate dandelions. These little boogers like to grow everywhere. Thanks to children blowing their seeds all over the yard and they are some of the most stubborn weeds to get rid of. I stopped trying to get rid of them years ago. Dandelions are very helpful when modern medicine is gone. Every part of […]

By December 13, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Water Storage for Preppers

Water Storage for Preppers

One of the basic principles of prepping is the survival rule of threes. Under extreme conditions, you can only live: Three Minutes without Oxygen Three Hours without Shelter Three Days without Water Three Weeks without Food Water is life. A person can only survive a few days without water. The easy availability of clean drinking […]

By December 5, 2014 4 Comments Read More →

DIY and How-to

Campfire Cooking for Preppers

Campfire Cooking for Preppers

There’s nothing like a good campfire meal when you’re “roughing it”. It’s a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, but there may come a time when campfire cooking for preppers takes on a whole new meaning. After TEOTWAWKI, building a campfire will get deadly serious as it is a necessary survival skill that you […]

By December 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Guidelines: Waste Management and Its Recycling

Guidelines: Waste Management and Its Recycling

The efficient waste management for both commercial as well as residential sectors is one of the important keys to retain a clean community as well as the surroundings. This also helps in maintaining a responsible program of the recycling of those items that could be reconstituted as well as re-introduced into the market. As a […]

By December 1, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Green Trends in House Keeping

Green Trends in House Keeping

  Eco-friendly housekeeping is essential in keeping away various health threats in your household. In her blog in Hubpages, Patty Inglish indicated that sustainable housekeeping presents a growing trend in the 21st century. You may find it difficult to combine sustainability and efficient housekeeping practices sometimes. Just how do you find ways to make life […]

By September 24, 2014 2 Comments Read More →
6 Tips for Planning a Secure Remote Cabin

6 Tips for Planning a Secure Remote Cabin

By William Edward Summers Many like the idea of having a cabin tucked away in the woods where they can go to enjoy nature and get away from it all. How to keep the cabin safe from intruders and large animals when you are not there and how to afford it in the first place […]

Establish a Plan B: Hydroponics

Establish a Plan B: Hydroponics

About the Author: Chris is an urban hydroponic hobbyist who uses hydroponics to maximize his 400 square foot yard and extend the short Chicago growing season. Chris blogs about his hydroponic experiences at HealthSmartLiving.com. Hydroponic gardening is the easiest way to ensure you always have food, no matter what’s going on in the outside world. […]

Other Recent Posts

Food Storage Basics Part 1; Preparing to Store

We all know our basic cost of living is increasing. Despite the increase and the knowledge that at some point, we are going to be stuck at home with no way to get to the grocery store, we keep spending. We just assume tomorrow will take care of itself, right?

By August 31, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Winter Preparedness

Winter Preparedness

By PreppersParadise According to several sources such as The Farmer’s Almanac and The National Weather Service, this coming Winter of 2014-2015 is going to be a rough winter.  There are predictions of colder than normal temperatures and higher levels of precipitation. Are you ready if your area gets slammed by a major storm? What kind […]

By December 11, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
How to perform CPR on an adult

How to perform CPR on an adult

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By December 9, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Preparing for Winter

Preparing for Winter

Whether it’s global warming or our imaginations, winter storms seem to get more intense every year, so it’s always good to take the required precautions to stay safe. Blizzards can completely disrupt cities—stopping drivers, halting emergency responders, and even causing power outages. Unfortunately, the two most vulnerable groups of people when it comes to cold […]

By December 9, 2014 0 Comments Read More →