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Paracord For Survival

If you have been been keeping up with our blog posts, you may have realized that we have tons of articles about 'parcord' and the different uses for it. We are going to continue to add to that list with more ways that we can use paracord for emergency preparedness purposes that could end up... Read More

6 Ways to Pay Off Your Debt

If you are carrying a large amount of debt, it can feel hopeless and seem impossible to get yourself out of the situation. Debt can be very limiting and controlling, and your life can be lived much more freely when you don’t have that hanging over your head. However, there are steps you can take... Read More

Essential Items to ALWAYS Have in Your Purse/Shoulder Bag

On a scale from 1/10, how prepared would you be if a disaster or an emergency outbreak were to happen right now? According to a study conducted in 2019, less than half of Americans are not prepared for an emergency and only 19% of people have a family meet up place. That statistic is SCARY... Read More

Survival Skills to Teach Your Kids

Who knows what an emergency can bring, and so you're going to want to make sure that you are aware of the things that can happen in any situation. Teaching your younger children, family members, grand-children, etc. can be helpful and can end up saving someone's life. Life is unexpected. You never know when survival... Read More

How To Tell If My Chicken Is Sick

Chickens are some of the most intelligent investments against disaster. They breed quickly, eat pesky insects around the yard, produce eggs, and provide fresh white meat after their laying period is over. That being said, to retain their value as an investment for you and your family, this asset needs to be protected. Building a... Read More

How to Prepare in 5 Easy Steps(some of them you might already be doing!)

Now lets be honest. no one really wants to prepare for an emergency and could be so for a number of reasons; don't  know where to start, not sure what to get, etc, but doing so and preparing ahead of time can end up saving your life. Lets face it, having the motivation for starting... Read More

How to Build a Garden Box

I have not always enjoyed gardening.  As a matter of fact, growing up, my parents always had a huge garden and flower beds.  I remember having Saturdays as “chore” day.  Getting up early to pull weeds, mow the lawn, house clean … it seemed to take over from first day light to sundown.  No time... Read More

7 Survival Items to ALWAYS keep in your Car's Glove/Trunk Compartment

Distastes can happen at anytime and in anyplace. Who knows when one will strike and that is why its always important to be prepared beforehand. Sometimes you may not be at home when one where to happen so it is ideal to be prepare in every situation. That is why we put together a list... Read More

Enjoy Bees Without a Hive

My four year old daughter and I love to wander the neighborhood on the lookout for bees. She is absolutely enamored as she listens to the sound of their buzzing wings, watches their waggles as they communicate, and sees their bright coloring. Because of the fascination my daughter, and now I, have with bees, we... Read More

A Case for Rain Harvesting and Permaculture

As a ReadyExpert for The Ready Store, I get to see a unique perspective from hundreds of thousands of Americans who have at least one thing in common in their food storage accumulation: They believe that there is a moderate-high probability of a crisis that will cut off their accessibility to food and potable water.
Despite... Read More

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