Tight Space Prepping: Decorating your home for survival

TweetJust because you live in a small apartment or home doesn’t mean that you can’t join Read More

5 Prepper Errors That Make You Look Dumb

Posted On: January 10, 2015
5 Prepper Errors That Make You Look Dumb

TweetAs the Survival Mom, I’m all about looking ahead to the future, considering its uncertainties, and Read More


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Stock Your Pantry from Scratch: Enchilada Sauce

January 27, 2015 Posted by:Lisa Barthuly
Stock Your Pantry from Scratch: Enchilada Sauce

Tweet I love to make up my own convenience foods! I know what is in them so they are much healthier. They are simple to just grab off my shelf (instead of going to a store for a specialty can Read More

25 Top Pins to Help Get You Organized!

January 26, 2015 Posted by:The Survival Mom
25 Top Pins to Help Get You Organized!

TweetAs our January Skill of the Month comes to a close, I rounded up some of the best organizing pins from prepper/survival/homesteading bloggers that give tips you won’t want to miss. I’ve included a few of my own as well. Read More

A New Family Hobby: The air rifle

January 26, 2015 Posted by:The Survival Mom
A New Family Hobby: The air rifle

TweetIf your kids get bored easily and you’d love to get them involved in a fun activity that will teach them practical, lifelong skills, consider the air rifle.  Also called air guns, this inexpensive hobby teaches both adults and kids (boys Read More

Try it Today! Review Your Credit Report

January 25, 2015 Posted by:Jim Cobb
Try it Today! Review Your Credit Report

Tweet Maintaining a good handle on your finances is an important element of your overall disaster mitigation plan. While it might not seem so on the surface, give it a bit of thought. The better off you are financially, the Read More

Evacuation Time? Don’t Forget Your Pets!

January 24, 2015 Posted by:The Survival Mom
Evacuation Time? Don’t Forget Your Pets!

What plans have you made and put into place for your animals should an emergency of some type strike your area?

Survival Creativity: An Important Facet of the Survival Mindset

TweetAs you go along in your disaster readiness journey, you’ll no doubt pick up many wonderful and useful skills. You’ll also likely purchase any number of tools, gadgets, and doodads that will (hopefully) be useful in an emergency. However, above Read More

Simple Secrets of Food Dehydration

January 22, 2015 Posted by:The Survival Mom
Simple Secrets of Food Dehydration

TweetBuying canned goods and extra bags of flour and sugar has been the easiest part of food storage for me.  Dehydrating my own food seemed to belong in the same category as spinning my own wool.  Yes, it can be Read More

Shaking the House: Getting Started With Decluttering

January 21, 2015 Posted by:Liz Long
Shaking the House: Getting Started With Decluttering

TweetHave you  heard the story about a jar, rocks, and sand? It’s a great life lesson about setting priorities and is a great demonstration of getting started with decluttering. If you put the sand in, then the small rocks, then the Read More

How to Keep Emergency Water in Your Vehicle Unfrozen During Winter

TweetOne of the most important items in any winter survival kit for your vehicle is water. It will stave off thirst and help you stay hydrated if you become stranded during a winter storm or blizzard. Unfortunately, water is also one of the Read More

The 6 Enemies of Food Storage

January 19, 2015 Posted by:The Survival Mom
The 6 Enemies of Food Storage

TweetStocking up on food gets expensive, and every frugal bone in my body shudders at the thought of anything going to waste. I try to store everything in the best possible conditions and watch out for these six enemies. Depending Read More

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