5 Tips for Correctly Using Hand Sanitizer (From a Nurse Who Knows)

Tweet 1.  Use a large amount. More is better when using hand sanitizer. 2.  Slather the Read More

5 Dollar Preps – You CAN Afford to Prepare

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16 Non-Traditional Containers For Your Bug Out Bag/Emergency Kit

December 13, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
16 Non-Traditional Containers For Your Bug Out Bag/Emergency Kit

Tweet When it comes to selecting a bag for an emergency kit, many of us veer in the direction of tactical looking backpacks, or any type of backpack at all. And, it’s no wonder. A good backpack will have multiple Read More

Survival Lessons for Students from Sesame Street

December 13, 2014 Posted by:Kris
Survival Lessons for Students from Sesame Street

TweetPrepare even the youngest kiddos for common emergencies with online tools and resources! Rather than mom-to-mom wisdom, I’m sharing a compiled list of online tools and resources you can use to help you prepare your little ones mentally and physically Read More

Sex after the apocalypse? When there is no birth control …

December 12, 2014 Posted by:Sarah Anne Carter
Sex after the apocalypse? When there is no birth control …

Tweet So, you think you have everything that you need in your preps? Think about this … After the apocalypse (or whatever scenario happens) and things settle, you might start getting comfortable with your food, water, and security. Then, you Read More

45 Recipes For the Potato Lover in You!

December 11, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
45 Recipes For the Potato Lover in You!

TweetI adore potatoes. Grew up with baked potatoes served at every Sunday-after-church lunch and mashed potatoes in the school cafeteria (back in the days when cafeteria food was awesome!) To celebrate cooler weather, but, heck!, potatoes can be enjoyed year-round, Read More

Food Storage just isn’t for me!

December 11, 2014 Posted by:Andrea Urban
Food Storage just isn’t for me!

TweetI realize that I may be preaching to the choir here but then again, maybe not. Perhaps there are a few among the readers of this blog that will make a change because of it. Like most of us, I am not a Read More

The Well-Trained Babysitter

December 10, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
The Well-Trained Babysitter

TweetThis may surprise you, but I was a lousy babysitter. I wasn’t interested in playing with my young charges, had to work hard to gin up any enthusiasm for their knock-knock jokes, and was always relieved when the parents got home. Read More

Product Review – The GNS Knife by LT Wright Knives

December 10, 2014 Posted by:Jim Cobb
Product Review – The GNS Knife by LT Wright Knives

TweetI will admit I can be something of a blade snob. The way I look at it, any gear I buy for the purpose of keeping me alive had better be of the highest quality I can afford. Therefore, I Read More

“No Normal Day” – a Dystopian novel for “normal” people

December 09, 2014 Posted by:Sarah Anne Carter
“No Normal Day” – a Dystopian novel for “normal” people

Tweet A retired couple wakes up on a normal day where she cleans the house and he makes the monthly liquor store run 20 miles away. While he’s gone, the power goes out – and stays out. Cars stop working. Read More

5 Dollar Preps – You CAN Afford to Prepare

December 08, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
5 Dollar Preps – You CAN Afford to Prepare

Tweet“I can’t afford to” is definitely the number one excuse people use for not prepping. They believe this because they read about someone who has a $20,000 dollar gun collection and a basement filled with a 10 year supply of Read More

Just for you: The very best holiday gift ideas, discounts!

Tweet Its funny how sometimes even things that normally come easy to you can suddenly become a challenge. I’ve been trying to write this post for over a week and I swear, it’s like I’m trying to grab a greased Read More

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