Do-It-Yourself Ideas

30 Amazing Uses of Baking Soda

Sodium Bicarbonate- also known as baking soda, is one of the most versatile household products you have. From first aid to cleaning, it can be your favorite go-to product. Here are 30 great uses for that baking soda you have sitting in your pantry.
First Aid-
*Note- Always use common sense when it comes to first aid. Any... Read More

How To Build Your Own Snow Shoes

One of the tools you may have not have in your preparedness cache is a good set of snowshoes. In most cases, you probably won't need some. But you don't prepare like that, do you? You're ready for whatever comes.
The good thing with snow shoes is the fact that you don't have to spend a... Read More

Knitting Without Needles - Your Key To Winter Survival

One of the basics of emergency preparedness is having enough cold weather gear to stay warm wherever you are. You should have extra blankets and other cold weather gear in each of your cars, as well as in your 72 hour survival kits. However, even the most prepared person can find himself in need of... 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

5 Simple DIY Fire Starters

It's that time of year when people head up into the mountains and spend their time enjoying good conversations around the campfire, going on hikes and shooting cans. Being in the great outdoors also allows us to test what we know about being more self-sufficient. For instance, how to start a fire with a limited... Read More

How to Sew Your Own Shirt

In the past, we've covered how important it is to be smart and not scared when faced with a crisis. Whether it be because of a natural disaster or financial loss, it is always good to be prepared with not only food but also have the skills and knowledge of how to become more self-sufficient... Read More

Build Your Own Non-Electrical Fridge

Have you ever thought of what you’d do in the case that there was little to no power in your home? Do you have a generator or an alternative power source to keep appliances like your fridge running constantly? If you answered no, we have a non-electrical alternative for you to keep food cold and... Read More

How to Build a Rocket Stove

Have you ever thought of different ways you could use items laying around your home? Well, you wouldn't be the first! Learning how to reuse items in the home is a great way to learn how to become more self-sufficient and well, have a little fun! In the past, we've discussed the many uses of... Read More

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