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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

Top 3 Reasons You Should Invest in Food Storage Now

Our Top 3 Reasons to stock up on freeze-dried/dehydrated foods now, plus a simple recipe to add your emergency preparedness
Now more than ever, people are beginning to realize the importance of food storage and emergency preparedness. We’ve all witnessed empty shelves at the grocery store and backorders for items across the country. However, countless resources... 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

Preparedness and Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrencies are one of the greatest technological innovations. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized payment systems in which ownership is demonstrated cryptographically. These units are stored in a data structure called blockchain. There are many types of cryptocurrencies, the best known are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, EOS, Cardano, NEO, Dash, and Monero. So how does this relate to... Read More

Face Masks: The New Normal

Face masks are the new in and it seems like that every state is making them mandatory when going out in public. Here are some things you should be aware of when it comes to making this part of our new 'normal life'. There are a lot of varieties of face masks to choose from... Read More

Coping Strategies for Mental Health

One in four people will suffer from mental illness in one form or another at some point during their lives. 450 million people are currently suffering from mental health issues worldwide. Treatment is widely available, but many of those who suffer never seek professional help due to the stigma associated with mental illness.  The World Health Organization suggests that mental... Read More

How to Prepare for an Ice Storm

Winters can be cold and long. Snow and ice can turn a magical winter wonderland into a fridged nightmare very quickly. Freezing rains coat everything in a layer of thick ice. If the ice doesn't melt and it continues to grow it may become very dangerous indeed.

1/4 inch of ice is a nuisance. Windshields will... Read More

DIY Solar Oven

Cooking typically requires some type of fuel whether it be propane for a camp stove, wood for a fire, or electricity for a crockpot. Fuel is a limited resource. It will be difficult to store all the fuel you might need for a long-term crisis. A solar oven could be the solution.
Deforestation is a real issue... Read More

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