This article is a guest post from our good friend Dan @ ModernSurvivalOnline.com. We all have problems preventing us from prepping the way we want to. Whether this means retreating to the wilderness (or at least the suburbs) to live a worry-free and self-sufficient life, or having one year stockpile – there are plenty of […]
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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. […]
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 […]
Dry Canning I’ve bottled peaches, jams, apple pie filling but it has never occurred to me before that I can use my Mason jars to bottle dry goods. Sure, store my rice in beans in sealed #10 cans for long term storage, but that requires special equipment to make the cans airtight. But at The […]
DIY MREs You Can Make At Home
Do you have MRE’s in your food storage? Are you prepared in the event you have to leave in a hurry? Do you have a Bug-Out -Bag or a 72-hour kit? These packs are made in advance with the intention of being able to grab something when you are in a hurry and you […]
Soap Thieves, A Surprising Lesson About Prepping
Soap thieves, who knew? Image from Priceonomics Blog The other day, we found a news story that taught us a lesson every prepper should know and follow. If you live in a city, you may have seen local drugstores lock up items like soap and shampoo. This sounds odd: why would low-value items like soap […]
Hygiene – Keeping Clean in a Survival Situation
Hygiene – Keeping Clean in a Survival Situation In a SHTF situation, many urgent needs must be met: Is there enough food? Is there a source of clean water? Is there a safe shelter? Is there a means to protect yourself and your belongings? Are my teeth clean? Wait, what? Believe it or not, good […]
5 Clever Places to Store Emergency Food
Which places to store emergency food do you use? You’ve been taking time to gradually build up your canned food storage, but now you’ve run into a problem: you’ve reached critical mass! The amount of storage you have (or need to have) exceeds the amount of available space in your home. Where’s it all going […]
10 Skills for Survival Every Prepper NEEDS to Know!
Here are 10 skills for survival every prepper needs to know. A lot of people want to join in on the prepper movement, but they aren’t sure where to begin because there’s a lot to learn! Do you begin with canned food storage? Or do you invest in a water purification system? Or do you […]