Emergency Shelters: How to Make Yours Last There is more to prepping than simply stocking up on bottled water (though that is a big part of it). For the serious prepper, getting ready for a disaster also involves activities like building emergency shelters and storage spaces and outfitting them properly. Here are some tips on […]

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Amazing Ways You Can Reuse Aluminum Cans Although aluminum cans might not be the most convenient type of packaging if you are on the go, it is one of the best ones for storing different foods and drinks because it not only provides durability in the sense that you can just throw an aluminum can in […]

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How To Protect Your Food Storage Stockpile From Mold Molds is a fungi that can be found both indoors and outdoors, in walls and on everyday items. No one knows how many species of mold exist but professionals estimates range from tens of thousands to three hundred thousand or more. Mold spores can survive harsh […]

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5 Easy Foods to Stockpile for Disaster This article was kindly submitted to us by Brittany Deatherage. The majority of people pay no heed at all to the constant warnings and advice of the people around them who are actually prepared for the next natural disaster. Admit it, a lot of you haven’t even begun […]

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How to Help Hens Lay a Lot More Eggs Jordan Walker is very passionate about animals. He shows this passion by writing several helpful articles about the subject as the lead content curator for Coops and Cages and other pet related blogs. In this article, he shares tips on how you can help your chickens […]

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How To Fill Your Water Bottle From A Tree The video below will demonstrate how you can fill your canteen from a tree for drinking clean water in the wilderness. I can’t stress this highly enough but please only do this in an emergency situation. If you do this wrong or take too much water […]

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DIY Salvaged Door Coffee Table If you are a big DIYer, you will love this. I’ve seen old doors salvaged and repurposed into many cool things; tables, headboards, barn doors, shelving and even a window. Now we can add a coffee table to the list. Check out This Sorta Old Life’s post on how to […]

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How To Communicate When SHTF If the worst happens and the apocalypse comes, you are going to need more than a reliable vehicle, a safe place to hide, and enough granola bars to last you several weeks. You’re going to need a way to communicate with others. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can […]

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What Else Can You Char? Beyond Char Cloth Experiment When it comes to charring materials into tinder, cotton, wool and puck wood work extremely well But that’s a very limited amount of materials. Sometimes it may not be viable to rip apart our t-shirts and sometimes we can’t find punk wood. So, what else can […]

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How To Make And Start A Fire With Flint & Steel Some may consider starting fire with flint-and-steel to be an advanced skill, used only by the wise old sages and mountain men but that’s not true, it’s incredibly easy; even my grandma could do it. So, what is it? And how do we use it? […]

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