What are some items a prepper should never throw away It’s National Preparedness month in September and you’ll see a lot of information about getting prepared and the types of things you should have on hand. An important aspect of getting prepared should also include making the most out of the things you might already […]
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National Preparedness Month is September!
National Preparedness Month is Here. If you haven’t recently, now might be a good time to access your overall preparedness during National Preparedness Month. With so many reasons to have some of the essentials you’ll need on a daily basis at your disposal, it makes sense to take some time to do a needs assessment. […]
Easy and inexpensive portable solar water heater DIY for under $10.00
Portable Solar water heater is a great survival tool to have in your preps. Hot water is something we all will want every day and especially in a SHTF scenario or unexpected emergency or disaster. It may not be something you’ll necessarily have access too without some forethought on your part. We’ve seen a lot […]
If You Don’t Put Together Your 72 Hour Survival Kit Now You’ll Hate Yourself Later!
Do you have a 72 Hour Survival Kit? Guest Post by M.D. Creekmore from www.thesurvivalistblog.net This short modified excerpt is from my book 31 Days to Survival – this would also make a good bug out bag packing list, with a few modifications… As with any “prepping shopping list” you’ll need to tailor the suggestions listed below […]
DIY of the day -Awesome & Inexpensive Camping Sink
Have you ever been camping and thought, “I sure could use a bigger sink right now?” In our daily journey through the web to find you helpful Diy projects, we came across an easy to follow inexpensive Camping Sink Diy made from a flexible Rubbermaid tub with a sink basket in the bottom and a […]
Gasoline Storage – Why It’s An Important Part Of Your Preps
Gasoline Storage – Good to have around when the SHTF Every prepper worth his or her bug out bag knows the importance of having a well stocked food storage supply but when the SHTF, transportation is just as important. But what good does a car do you when the tank is empty? If the situation […]
Last Minute Preps for an Emergency
Last Minute Preps for an Emergency Could Make a Big Difference When impending disaster strikes, hopefully you will be prepared well in advance. There are times when you have a little time to prepare right beforehand. Like the recent typhoon in The Philippines, there were several days’ warning before the storm made landfall. With that […]
Dental Hygiene – No Toothbrush? No Problem!
Dental Hygiene – Cleaning Your Teeth without a Toothbrush or Toothpaste Keeping your mouth clean is more important than not offending the people nearby with bad breath and gross teeth. When it comes to mouth health, it can be vital in how well you can function. If the SHTF and you’re struggling to survive, it would make […]
Five Knots Everyone Should Know
Can you tie these five knots? There may come a time when you have to secure something with a length of rope. Which knot should you use? There are literally hundreds of different kinds of knots and some are better for the job than others. At myfamilysurvivalplan.com it states that there are five knots that every […]
Couch Safe to protect your weapons
Couch Safe,do you like the idea? Why not a couch safe! For many of us it is the place we spend most of our relaxation time while in the house so it makes sense to have a safe nearby doesn’t it? Well that’s the story you might want to tell your significant other if […]