McDonald's is getting serious about protecting the environment.
Unless you live in the tropics, winter is likely to bring uncertain weather, including bone-chilling temperatures, severe winds, freezing rain and significant snowfall.
Voluntaryists can live comfortably on a budget. The rejection of the financial system and the state comes at a price. Monetary success must be relegated to honesty to one self and one’s friends, loved ones and communities. Take this north Penn
Roscoe Bartlett spent 20 years on Capitol Hill. Now he lives in a remote cabin in the woods, prepping for doomsday.
The dream of many Americans is to get out of the hustle and bustle of the daily city grind.
Who said prepping couldn’t be fun? Granted, prepping is something that should be taken seriously, but in our journey to prepare for a possible eventual catastrophe we can enjoy the ride.
A top financial advisor, worried that Obamacare, the NSA spying scandal and spiraling national debt is increasing the chances for a fiscal and social disaster, is recommending that Americans prepare a “bug-out bag” that includes food, a gun and ammo
I'd like to discuss my perspective on family preparedness, from the perspective of a architectural design and building contractor. There are four categories to this aspect of preparedness: Materials, Tools, Knowledge and Usefulness
The recent article The Benefits of a Homesteading Approach to Preparedness, by Chaya had much wisdom about moving before a crunch. There will not be time to prepare or get to know your surroundings if you wait.
Your Bug Out bag, Go Bag, SHTF Bag, or whatever you call it contains similar items for each one of us. Some are kept at the door ready at a moment’s notice, some in the trunk of each vehicle all with the same purpose; Mitigation of Risk.
Heat your home with recycled aluminum cans. It’s a simple idea, and one that many will look at and say, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
To say that I’m a neophyte in the electrical world, or as we say here in Alaska a “Cheechako”, is making a big understatement.
Florida resident who generates her own electricity targeted for not being dependent on the state
Dear JWR, Last spring, with the ammo shortage clearing the shelves everywhere, I found myself in a position to expand my collection.
How prepared are you to survive a few days in the frozen wilderness with only the supplies you have in your vehicle?
Since the episode last night of Doomsday Preppers had a guy modifying an old school bus to be his battle wagon after the destruction caused by of an F5 tornado, I thought I would share this article showing other options you might consider.
We recently received a review copy of the children's book "Prepper Pete Prepares."
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British inventor James Dyson is working on an off-grid toilet design.
If a major emergency were to strike suddenly and without warning, leaving you and your family without the normal comforts of life for an indefinite period of time, would you have the tools, supplies and knowledge necessary for survival?
You may remember this from a few years ago.
As preppers, we want to be ready for what life throws at us – be it illness, off grid living environments or a TEOTWAWKI event.
My transportation Plan B for when the big one hits is your basic bicycle.
Hi Jim, I love SurvivalBlog! I have a question: I would like to store whiskey for bartering in SHTF. I
How to Open a Can without Can Opener - Zombie Survival Tips #20
What follows is what I’ve done and why I did what I did. As they say, “At least have the sense of an old cow; eat the hay, and leave the sticks.” I hope there is some hay herein.
HydroBee wants to be your personal hydroelectric generator
Mr. Rawles: Here is a recipe for soap, not food,. This has saved us a lot of money and aggravation over the years.
In general, while Z.T.'s post concerns tire maintenance, you should think "maintenance" on all fronts.
First, the disclaimers: Nothing in this article constitutes medical advice.