5 Steps in Packing an Emergency Kit with Flying Circle Bags

Pin this how-to for later. Click here. Coming up with a list of items for packing Read More

If You Just Moved Here: Surviving Severe Winter Weather

Here in the upper Midwest, winters can be absolutely brutal. We’re talking frigid temperatures, freezing rain, Read More


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Casseroles Forever! Pantry Substitute for Canned Cream Soup

October 02, 2014 Posted by:Sarah Anne Carter
Casseroles Forever! Pantry Substitute for Canned Cream Soup

It’s a key ingredient in almost any casserole: cream of mushroom soup. Or cream of chicken, or cream of potato, or cream of celery. I used to buy cans and cans of the stuff. Then, as I slowly started to Read More

It’s a Honey of a Giveaway! Don’t Miss This One!!

October 01, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
It’s a Honey of a Giveaway! Don’t Miss This One!!

Today we are hosting another Cox’s Honey Group Giveaway so our readers will have a chance to win some raw, unfiltered, pure honey. Cox’s honey is sponsoring this giveaway today and we want to thank them for giving us this Read More

10 Condiments That Make Life Better

October 01, 2014 Posted by:Beth Johnson
10 Condiments That Make Life Better

So something really, truly bad happens. The grid has been down for a month or a deadly pandemic has us sequestered in our homes. Or you’re simply out of work for months and the savings are gone. You are living Read More

12 White-Hot Ways to Use Cast Iron Every Day

September 30, 2014 Posted by:Rob Hanus
12 White-Hot Ways to Use Cast Iron Every Day

Chances are, you have a cast iron dutch oven and a couple of cast iron skillets among your preparedness gear. You’ve chosen it, most likely, due to its ability to use it over an open fire and it’s durability and Read More

Stomach “Bugs”: An Herbal Back-Up Plan

September 30, 2014 Posted by:Agatha Noveille
Stomach “Bugs”: An Herbal Back-Up Plan

These tips may come in handy someday soon! Click here to pin! So perhaps it’s that time of year, and stomach “bugs” are starting to make the rounds at school and work. Or, perhaps you’ve had a run in with Read More

5 Steps in Packing an Emergency Kit with Flying Circle Bags

September 29, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
5 Steps in Packing an Emergency Kit with Flying Circle Bags

Pin this how-to for later. Click here. Coming up with a list of items for packing an emergency kit is the easy part. Books, websites, blogs, and YouTube videos abound with that information. My own lists can be found here Read More

4 Children’s Organizations that Introduce Survival Basics

September 29, 2014 Posted by:Brandy Schau Dibert
4 Children’s Organizations that Introduce Survival Basics

Along with the back to school season comes the gamut of fall sports, organized youth activities and club sign-ups. Summer vacations, lazy days at the pool and barbecues are replaced with Crockpot meals, homework, and the frantic race to the Read More

Fast, Free Survival Mom Maintenance

September 28, 2014 Posted by:Kris
Fast, Free Survival Mom Maintenance

 Pin this —> Taking care of the mom who takes care of everyone else! The most important thing you can do for your children? Take care of their mother! You’ve heard that if the momma isn’t happy, nobody’s happy.  You Read More

Frugal Fall Planting

September 28, 2014 Posted by:Kathie Lapcevic
Frugal Fall Planting

Great tips here! Pin for later! Fall is not necessarily considered a time for planting, especially for folks in the colder growing zones. However, fall plant sales at your local nursery or greenhouse should not be passed up when thinking Read More

A Life Skills Test For Kids: Does Your Child Pass?

September 27, 2014 Posted by:Jamie S.
A Life Skills Test For Kids: Does Your Child Pass?

With kids back in school their focus is often on passing their math final, or English test – but what about a test for everyday life skills? In the past, Home Economic classes where the norm, but the quality and existence Read More

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