Whether you’re preparing for a disaster, or you just want to be self-reliant, you don’t need to spend a fortune to start homesteading.
Have you checked your pantry lately? There are foods with many survival uses, and there are foods that can kill you. Discover them!
We never know what type of disaster will hit us next. Will it be an EMP, a tornado, a flood, a riot? All we can do is stay prepared!
It’s survival food time again! Let’s learn some food lessons from The Great Depression and see how you can grow your own survival food!
When it comes to your medical preparation for a post-disaster scenario, heal-anything natural remedies are the safest way to go.
Learning about common methods of food preservation for long term storage is important. What would you choose: freeze drying or dehydrating?
The U.S. power grid is in danger more than ever. Do you know how to prepare for a power failure that will put your life in danger?
Starting a survival garden is one of your resolutions for 2017? If so, here are some ideas about how to grow efficient food crops.
From planning to cooking the best survival recipes, food should be a priority for every prepper. So, let’s talk about survival food!
2017 brings a lot of challenges and unknown events. We never know what the future brings so always prepare for the unexpected.
A new year provides opportunities to learn new skills. Here I’ve gathered 5 articles to help you set your prepping resolutions for 2017.
If you forgot to buy a present and you are looking for last minute gifts ideas, here you have 5 easy, cheap DIY projects.
The winter holidays are coming but don’t lose focus from your prepping. Here are some useful tips for winter survival in urban areas.
I am sure you are looking for Christmas gifts so here are some awesome and fun DIY gifts ideas for the preppers in your life.
Winter brings joy but also many new challenges for preppers. From colds to winter storms, with knowledge you can overcome any challenge.
For many people, gardening & farming are related to spring and summer, but not for us. Here is how to grow your food during winter.