The Four Organizations Preppers Need Now

Posted On: August 26, 2014
The Four Organizations Preppers Need Now

Preppers should always be learning and increasing their knowledge base. I believe they should also always Read More

Prepping on the Sly

Posted On: September 01, 2014
Prepping on the Sly

Two years ago, my husband thought I was nuts to imagine a life without electricity, gas, Read More


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6 Reasons to Stockpile Blankets

August 16, 2014 Posted by:Kathie Lapcevic
6 Reasons to Stockpile Blankets

Don’t pass up those older, maybe even oddly colored, blankets at thrift stores and yard sales. Those cheap blankets can serve many purposes and can easily be tucked into corners until needed. You should keep a small stockpile or several of Read More

Choosing a Folding Knife

August 15, 2014 Posted by:Jim Cobb
Choosing a Folding Knife

Folding knives are often the blades of choice when it comes to every day carry (EDC). Let’s face it, they are far easier to toss into a purse or slip into a pocket than their fixed blade counterparts. But, there Read More

7 Summer Children’s Activities for Sowing Survivalist Seeds

August 14, 2014 Posted by:Brandy Schau Dibert
7 Summer Children’s Activities for Sowing Survivalist Seeds

Summer activities can be a fun and creative way to introduce your children to basic survivalist concepts. Ways to pass the lazy summer days has changed a great deal over the last decade or so. What used to be typical Read More

Is a cruise ship any place for a Survival Mom? Answers to your cruise ship safety concerns

Several weeks ago my family participated in a one-night promotional tour on the Navigator of the Seas, a huge Royal Caribbean cruise ship. The cruise was all too brief, but it provided a chance for me to check out safety Read More

Subway Safety with Kids

August 13, 2014 Posted by:Jessica Hentze
Subway Safety with Kids

Living in a big city, I have learned to rely on public transportation. Parking spots are limited and often too narrow to fit my big jeep in. Not to mention the crazy, fast paced, and often mentally exhausting traffic here Read More

Homesteading Health Tip: Sneaky Sugars To Watch Out For

August 12, 2014 Posted by:Karen Lynn
Homesteading Health Tip: Sneaky Sugars To Watch Out For

As part of my Gluten Free journey, I removed refined sugars from my diet and even cut back on the natural sugars that kind of appease my sweet tooth. Of course, that meant checking what is added to food when Read More

Gardening in Late Summer and Fall

August 11, 2014 Posted by:LeAnn in Alaska
Gardening in Late Summer and Fall

Depending on where you live, the idea of planting anything new in July or August is unheard of, a waste of materials and resources: some may even call it a taboo! There are various reasons given but when you really think Read More

Try It Today: 10 Ways to Use Cabbage

August 10, 2014 Posted by:Kathie Lapcevic
Try It Today: 10 Ways to Use Cabbage

Cabbage is a nutritious, frugal, and often abundant vegetable. It grows well in home gardens and can generally be found at farmers’ markets, grocery stores, and vegetable stands everywhere. Often cabbages with less-than-ideal outer leaves can be found for super cheap prices Read More

Wildfire Season: Harden your Home to Survive a Firestorm

Brutal Reality As I write this article, Washington State is experiencing the largest wildland fire (Carlton Complex) in the state’s history; California’s drought stands like a Grim Reaper, unleashing over 200 wildfires a week statewide; and Colorado recently observed the Read More

Should you bother making things from scratch?

August 08, 2014 Posted by:Sarah Anne Carter
Should you bother making things from scratch?

There are many reasons to start learning how to make things from scratch – allergies, healthy eating, saving money – but one of the most important could be to prepare for a day when that could be a way of Read More

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