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Posted on July 24, 2014 by Catherine Alford
Depending on the amount of debt you have, it can take several months to several years to get out of debt. But, there are several things you can to do help speed up the process so let’s get to it!
Track Every Penny You Spend
Before making a budget, you should first track your spending for two [...]
Posted on July 23, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
First aid and medicine will be in short supply when you can't call a doctor. Growing your own medicine is not difficult and doing so could ultimately save your life. The salves, poultices, wound washes, and tinctures which can be made from trees also have a long-shelf life and can be stored for future emergency [...]
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Posted on July 23, 2014 by Kent Page McGroarty
People raise rabbits for a number of reasons, including for fur, show and food. Less expensive than raising chickens, raising bunnies can turn into a profitable business or side business. If interested in this idea, check out a few tips for raising bun-buns the right way:
Before doing anything else, ensure it's legal to raise rabbits [...]
Posted on July 18, 2014 by Brian Meyer
Bushcraft is the name we give a collection of skills that all involve thriving in the wilderness. From knowing how to build a fire in various conditions to finding food by hunting and foraging, to carving and building necessary items from wood and other natural materials; bushcraft is all about surviving long term without the [...]
Posted on July 16, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
The recent news about the EPA’s new definition of ‘tributary’ had me doing some research into EPA related news, recent studies and actions that have been undertaken by the EPA and the current administration, including some of the people in the House and the Senate.
The EPA and many other government officials and agencies have adopted [...]
Posted on July 14, 2014 by Brian Meyer
Most people think olive oil isn’t good for prepping because it goes bad too quickly, but what you might not know is that olive oil will last for at least 1-2 years if it’s left unopened and stored in a cool dark place.
That means that as long as you cycle through your stock regularly you [...]
Posted on July 12, 2014 by Kacey Herlihy
Are you new to prepping and survival? Perhaps you grew up on a farm and you think you know all there is to know about self-reliance and sustainability? Think again! Throughout the country, preparedness is taking a front seat and prepper events are being hosted to help you learn the basics or sharpen your skills.
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Posted on June 25, 2014 by Kacey Herlihy
Are you new to survival and the outdoors? Perhaps a seasoned explorer and survivalist? Somewhere in between? Whatever your skill level is, you can benefit from taking survival classes. Available in most parts of the country as well as online, through private schools, outdoor sport retailers, and government agencies, paid and free, there are many [...]
Posted on June 17, 2014 by Kent Page McGroarty
Welcome to Part Two of our Bee-Tastic Series! If your love of bees has extended to beekeeping, check out a few amateur tips for maintaining a colony of the little black and yellow insects:
Check With Local Ordinances
Before doing anything else, check with your local ordinances to ensure beekeeping is legal in your area, and [...]
Posted on June 14, 2014 by Catherine Alford
I was lucky to live overseas for three years on a little island called Grenada in the Caribbean. It was a really unique experience, and I made some life long friends there. There were not a lot of luxuries in Grenada, and even simple ones like air conditioning came at a very high price. Still [...]