Your bug out bag is your go-to bag when you find yourself in an emergency situation. It’s not a…
By attaching an inverter to your car battery you can transfer the energy from your car and run it through the inverter where you can attach an electrical cord and power some of your more important appliances in an emergency…
The materials that go into making a survival candle are more durable than commercial decorative candles…
Stop an accident from becoming worse by having a well prepared first aid kit. It won’t cost you much but may save you time, money, and a worsening of an emergency situation.
You will never out-think an emergency but you can plan for the most likely situation that may occur.
You’re not going to think about getting injured but you should prepare for it. An injury is going to happen. But if you know…
If I tell you where to hide stuff does it mean anyone can find it? No, you have to be creative. If you’re hiding things from a thief…
While you’re preparing now, add PVC to your list of supplies. Just PVC can add a whole list of other items that you can make from it, once you know how.
A first aid is often neglected and overlooked. But all you need to do is stock a first aid kit with a few supplies and then you don’t have to think about it.
The chewing tobacco can is a great thing to re-use.
Once when he gashed himself deep, he cleaned the wound, and stiched it up with grandma’s needle and thread…
You may not have realized that butter can be used as a candle. But butter can be a great source of fuel.
You want just enough of your emergency supplies in your bug out bag in case of emergency. That’s it.
Do you have a plan for disaster? The better your plans are the better chances you have of coming out of a disaster with minimal damages.
The “Klax” is more than just an ax blade. It is a hammer, a hex wrench, a quarter-inch bit drive socket, a bottle opener, and a ruler.
Any time you think about prepping it will be much easier thinking about the short-term and long-term events that you will be prepping for.
Are you prepared? Do you have the 5 basic items covered? Once you have the basic things then you can add to the list. If disaster strikes, and it will whether it’s flood, fire, snow, or some human-derived disaster, you want to at least cover the basics.
Medical bartering still happens today. You can still pay your doctor with chickens if you have a doctor who would take your chickens as payment for treating you.
First aid is one of the most important subjects that you’ll need on your Homestead. If you have an accident, a laceration, a break or even a sprain, you could be in real trouble — and you don’t have to be
You can make a few Mason jar oil lamps, have them resting on your shelf, waiting for the occasion to be lit when you need light in an emergency. A nice decorative piece,