Don’t Put that 72-hour Kit on the Shelf Without Testing It.

The 72-hour kits are packed and ready to go. Good for you, it's a big job and one that is very important. Do a 72-hour kit test before you put it a shelf. | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

You have your 72-hour kit all packed and ready to go. Good for you, it’s a big job and one that is very important. You are a step ahead from most of the crowd! Before you put that kit on a shelf and forget about it, we encourage you to do one thing. Test it. …

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Wooden Gate Structure and Design Infographic

Learn how to build a new wooden gate with the correct structure and design. This infographic will give you the steps and tools for successful completion.

Learn how to build a new wooden gate with the correct structure and design. This infographic will give you the steps and tools for successful completion of wooden gate structure and design. When building a wooden gate, there are several factors to consider. Gates can be merely decorative, as in an arbor framing a walkway …

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Improve These 21 Prepper Skills This Weekend

If you are serious about being prepared, you quickly learn that the most important 'preps' are your skills. Skills, not stuff, is what will ultimately get you through a disaster. Improve these 21 prepper skills this weekend. | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

If you are serious about being prepared, you quickly learn that the most important ‘preps’ are your skills. Skills, not stuff, is what will ultimately get you through a disaster. Improve these 21 prepper skills this weekend.    Prepping is an ongoing thing, a lifestyle. Those who believe that you just buy some supplies, store them, and …

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I Stopped Buying These 10 Things at the Grocery Store

I stopped buying these 10 things at the grocery store and added money back into the monthly budget | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

I stopped buying these 10 things at the grocery store and added money back into the monthly budget.     Anyone who has a tight budget (the vast majority of Americans) has felt the sharp increase in the price of food the last few years. Many people have stopped buying the extras they used to enjoy. Not …

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Hand Washing Laundry with No Power

During a power outage, you will need clean clothes. Take the time to gather a few things from around the house and learn how easy hand washing laundry is. | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

During a power outage, you will need clean clothes. Take the time to gather a few things from around the house and learn how easy hand washing laundry is.   When the average person thinks about hand washing laundry, the image of some pioneer woman bending over a large metal tub and running clothing over …

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Make Your Own Toilet Cleaning Tabs

Consider how much you spend on toilet cleaning tabs and products and make your own to save money | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

Consider how much you spend on toilet cleaning tabs and products and make your own to save money   One of the more unpleasant household chores is cleaning the toilet. No one likes to get that close but it’s a vitally important thing to keep clean and sanitary. Almost worse than the chore itself is …

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Organizing a Garden in a Small Yard

Organizing a garden in a small yard. With a little imagination and these tips, you can utilize the space you have and grow more than you ever imagined!

Organizing a garden in a small yard. With a little imagination and these tips, you can utilize the space you have and grow more than you ever imagined!   People who live in apartments, townhouses, and condos generally have little to no yard space. Even people who buy houses in the larger cities can end …

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DIY Seed Pots Made from Newspaper

DIY seed pots are something that can be made any time of year and can even save you money since you won't need to buy 'sprouting pots' at planting time | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

DIY seed pots are something that can be made any time of year and can even save you money since you won’t need to buy ‘sprouting pots’ at planting time.   This is a fun little project that is extremely inexpensive, quick and easy to do and is perfect for doing as a family. DIY seed …

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How Much Food Does a Chicken Need?

How Much Food Does a Chicken Need? The answer depends on who you ask. Get the details of what chickens need and their habits when it comes to food, along with tips and tricks for keeping the amount of waste down and maintaining a happy flock | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

How Much Food Does a Chicken Need? The answer depends on who you ask. Get the details of what chickens need and their habits when it comes to food, along with tips and tricks for keeping the amount of waste down and maintaining a happy flock.    How much food does a chicken need on a daily …

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Is Quail Farming Right for You?

Is Quail Farming Right for You? Many people today would love to be able to raise their own chickens. The reasons they aren’t able to vary but generally have to do with where they live | Prepared Homesteading Survivalist

Is Quail Farming Right for You? Many people today would love to be able to raise their own chickens. The reasons they aren’t able to vary but generally have to do with where they live.   Homeowner Association rules, city, county, or development rules…there are many places where raising even a single chicken can get you …

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