Common Questions about the ReadyQ

Recently, we launched a new, innovative service that has changed emergency preparedness for the better. As you've seen on our website, we offer a service called the ReadyQ. Now, what exactly is it? Great question! Today, we will be answering common questions about the ReadyQ and how to make it a part of your emergency... Read More

Where Should You Hide Your Food Storage?

So you’ve already got enough food and water storage to last you for a couple months but where are you going to put it all? Better yet, how will you protect your hard earned food storage from looters in a state of emergency? Take a deep breath, we have a few suggestions of where you... Read More

How to Prepare and Protect Yourself Virtually

Recently, a friend of mine compared the amount of cyber crime happening online to the Wild West. Battling hackers and preventing cyber crime and hacktivist is a daily battle for big and small businesses. They are now required to take extra precautions with protecting their website since one vulnerability can do a lot of damage... Read More

The Many Survival Uses of Pine Sap

Have you ever wondered while camping how long you’d survive off of the land with little to no help? What would you eat? What would do you do to stay warm? What would you with an injury? Believe it or not, there are plenty of plants and resources that you can utilize in the wild... Read More

How To Keep Produce Fresh Underground During the Winter

Winter is coming and it’s that time of year where you can start reaping the fruits (or veggies!) of your labor. There are a couple of different methods to ensure your produce stays crisp, fresh, and unspoiled. Today, we will be discussing what options you have as a homesteader to keep your produce fresh during... Read More

How to Make a Paracord Ladder

Paracord, also known as parachute cord is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope that was originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. Over the years, other organizations like NASA and the military used paracord due to its versatility. Astronauts used paracord as a way to stay attached while repairing the Hubble Space Telescope; the Military... Read More

How to Make Survival Hard Candy

In the past, we've talked about how important it is to have a 72-hour kit ready and in an accessible area. Since you already know the basics of what pack, now you need to focus on things that will keep your stress levels low. I'm sure most of you will agree that sweets are a... Read More

10 Hacks to Winterize Your Home This Year

As the colder months approach us, it’s time to start thinking about what can be done to winterize your home. Winter storms typically occur in the Midwest anytime from late October to April. They are most likely to happen during the winter months of December to February. Here’s the thing – winter storms range from... Read More

Backpackers Guide to Backpacking

A common mistake people make is thinking that emergency preparedness is limited to preparing just at home. However, it is very important to keep the same mentality when packing for camping or backpacking trips. In the beginning, it may seem difficult to find a balance between packing light yet making sure you have all of... Read More

8 Tips to Survive After a Disaster

When a disaster strikes, the first 72 hours of survival are the most critical. Whether it be treating immediate life threatening medical conditions or making sure that there is sufficient food and water, how you use your time will matter. With major disasters, there is a good chance that it could be 72 hours or... Read More

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