6 Inexpensive Cooking Stoves For Survival

Do you have a plan for cooking and heating water when there is a power outage? These 6 inexpensive cooking stoves will get you started. If and when you lose power I don’t want you to have to think about how you will cook meals, or even boil water for that matter.  You will have it …

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4 Moms Give Advice on Preparedness Planning

Preparedness planning can seem overwhelming and we often don’t know what our first, or next step should be. Here is sound advice on preparedness planning from four prepared moms who know what they are talking about. Listen to your mom and get planning! Start or Continue Habits Mom With a Prep advice on preparedness planning …

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4 DIY Essential Oil Extraction Methods

4 DIY essential oil extraction methods to make at home. Most people have access to a variety of the helping herbs that can be used during a disaster | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

For centuries medicine men, healers, and doctors have sworn by the effects of essential oils (even if they hadn’t called them that) for a reason. They are natural oils that come directly from the plant. Because of its vegetative state, most people have access to a variety of these helping herbs. Survival Sullivan explains what …

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3 Solar Light Ideas to Get You Started

Solar lighting for preparedness The cost of solar lighting continues to become affordable for every preparedness minded family. Here are 3 solar light ideas to get you started. This year we added a new shed onto our property. It will store our preparedness items and other tools. We have decided not to wire it for …

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Recycling Yogurt Containers

Recycling Yogurt Containers If you are anything like our family, you are very conscientious about waste and alternative disposal systems. In this article from Premeditated Leftovers, we learn about 10 simple uses for old yogurt containers that will give new life to the container, and make your life and food storage a little bit more …

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Resources for the New Female Prepper or Homesteader

Resources for the New Prepper or Homesteader   This new life can be overwhelming for new preppers and homesteaders, there is so much information out there! It can be really hard to determine what is good, solid information and what is fear-mongering and just a site trying to sell you something (that you don’t really …

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The Top Habits of Preparedness

The Top Habits of Preparedness According to Survival Sullivan “Being a prepper is a lifestyle choice, and as such you will need to build up habits that will allow you to become a proper prepper rather than just somebody who happens to have food and supplies stocked up. You might think that some of the …

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You Should Be Reading These Homesteading Blogs

You Should Be Reading These Homesteading Blogs   Sometimes it can be a real challenge to get good, solid information online. How do you know if the site is legitimate? How do you really know if the information you are getting is trustworthy? Your first indication is your gut instinct. If it seems off or …

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Bits of Wisdom from the Great Depression

Bits of Wisdom from the Great Depression   People who lived through the Great Depression during the 1930’s in America did so largely by sheer willpower. Many lessons were learned and a general shift in mentality occurred during this time. Less was thrown away, more was recycled, reused, or done without. People learned to make …

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Setting Up Family Communication Before a Disaster

Setting Up Family Communication Before a Disaster     When we think about being in a major disaster, one of the most disconcerting things is worrying about our family. Are they safe at school, home, and work while we are separated from them? During a major disaster cellphone service will most certainly be interrupted, at …

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