Worst 13 Places To Go When SHTF

When it comes to being prepared for a SHTF event, preppers are focused on threats from natural disasters to nuclear wars, EMPs, and devastating cosmic events. The situations that...

7 Golden Homesteading Rules While You’re Sick

Homesteading’s the fine art of getting your land legs while learning how to do most of the stuff on your own. It’s great to have your own slice of...

9 Prepping Uses for Coffee Grounds

I remember reading somewhere that we don’t really calculate life in hours, minutes, seconds or years, but rather in a coffee spoon. I have to agree with this one...

10 Vegetables to stockpile for a whole year

Eating your vegetables can help you to grow stronger – and taller! My mama used to say. That is if they were properly stored. Whether you are looking for a long-term...

Toilet Paper Pills – The Best Invention You Didn’t Know You Need

When hiking, camping, or just getting through daily life, there are always times when you need to clean up yourself, your kids, or your space. Most of us keep...

How to Raise Rabbits

When it comes to self-sufficiency, replacing the grocery store seems to be the biggest hurdle for most preppers. Gardens are most commonly thought of because we as humans collectively...

Powering Your Survival Homestead

A perennial problem faced by suburban and rural dwellers is obtaining water in the absence of utility provided electric power. Standby generators require fuel of some type, which will eventually run...

Did You Know Why Bottled Water Has An Expiration Date?

Bottled water is a popular item to store in case of an emergency, and for good reason. It is normally readily available and water should be able to be...

What Type of Honey Should You Buy (And How to Store It)

Honey contains a treasure chest of hidden nutritional and medicinal value for centuries. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple loaded with antibacterial and antifungal...

When You Can’t Carry Food

Let’s face it, food can be heavy and bulky, even if it’s MREs or dehydrated. Other things may take precedence, like equipment and medicine for someone with special needs,...