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

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

Book Review – “Preppers: History and the Cultural Phenomenon” by Lynda King

Preppers: History and the Cultural Phenomenon is a non-fiction book written by Lynda King, a freelance Read More


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Try It Today: Make Your Own Dryer Balls!

October 26, 2014 Posted by:Liz Long
Try It Today: Make Your Own Dryer Balls!

I got tired of spending $10+ for boxes of dryer sheets that then ended up being something else I had to pick up and throw away. So, being a good prepper, I went online to find something that lasts longer, Read More

Ebola Has Unnecessarily Come to America…And I Am Livid!

October 25, 2014 Posted by:Jim Acosta
Ebola Has Unnecessarily Come to America…And I Am Livid!

I am horrified at what has been unfolding in the U.S. in regards to the Ebola virus. From 2003-2005, I was the Team Leader of a U.S. Government Disaster Medical Assistance Team, a 120+ member group of volunteer physicians, nurses, Read More

Ta Da! Check Out the NEW SURVIVAL MOM TEAM STORE!

October 25, 2014 Posted by:Liz Long
Ta Da! Check Out the NEW SURVIVAL MOM TEAM STORE!

The Survival Mom finds all kinds of great books, gadgets, and things we can all use to help us in our every day lives and in becoming more prepared. It can be hard to keep track of them, and even Read More

Fast, Healthy Meals in a Jar

October 24, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
Fast, Healthy Meals in a Jar

Winter is a time that I usually spend organizing and cleaning stuff since I can’t spend a whole lot of time outdoors without turning into a human popsicle!  So one of my winter projects is usually to go through my Read More

Need some peace & quiet? Win a Privacy Pop!

October 24, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
Need some peace & quiet? Win a Privacy Pop!

Ever have one of those days when you just want to crawl into a quiet little cubbyhole somewhere and have some “me” time? The Privacy Pop may be what you’re looking for. You can win one of these terrific hideaways Read More

Picking Group Members for the Long-Haul

October 23, 2014 Posted by:Rob Hanus
Picking Group Members for the Long-Haul

By now, or at least, hopefully by now, you have figured out the lone wolf approach doesn’t work well in survival situations. Despite numerous fiction novels featuring the protagonist as a lone wolf survivor, having a team, group or MAG Read More

CONTEST: What would you put in YOUR Bucket Backpack?

October 22, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
CONTEST: What would you put in YOUR Bucket Backpack?

The contest is over, the winner has been emailed, but the comments are still a great source of idea so please continue to add to them – just for fun! 5-gallon buckets are a mainstay in most American homes. We Read More

Common Sense Strategies for Teaching Gun Safety: Guns Are a Big Deal

As a new mom, I was wary of having guns in the household. My husband was a lifetime member of the NRA and quite the gun enthusiast but I had never even fired a single shot. Never even used a Read More

Win An All American Sun Oven in this Giveaway!

October 21, 2014 Posted by:The Survival Mom
Win An All American Sun Oven in this Giveaway!

The folks at the All American Sun Oven company have teamed up with a large group of bloggers and we are giving away a deluxe Sun Oven! The retail price of this set is $399! But that is only the Read More

Basic Steps to Maintain Your Core Temperature

October 21, 2014 Posted by:Jim Cobb
Basic Steps to Maintain Your Core Temperature

In a true survival situation, such as if you’re lost in the woods, the first priority is to do everything you can to maintain your core body temperature. Hypothermia (core temperature too low) can kill a whole lot faster than Read More

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