March 23, 2019
  • 8:08 pm Plan Your Survival Shelter: 5 Stages to Building a Survival Cabin
  • 4:39 pm Government Attacks Small Family Farm in Schenectady County New York
  • 6:06 pm What You Should Do Within 60 Minutes After SHTF
  • 1:01 pm Self-Defence Against Knife Attacks: Evidence-Based Approach
  • 7:01 pm How To Quickly Make A Survival Shelter When You’re Lost In The Wilderness

When we’ll have no running water, no hyperactive emergency services, no electricity… we are going to turn back to what people did 100 years ago. Here you’ll find some “little” survival tricks popular in the early 1900’s and (some of them) useful even today.Here are 23 survival uses for honey that you didn’t knowabout. 100 years ago Gallaher Ltd printed a short “How-To” series, with clever […]

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Alright, take a moment and imagine with me, you have been a “Survivalist” for a couple of years.  Every paycheck you try to set aside a few dollars to put towards emergency supplies.  Thanks to your frugality and foresight you have been able to stock enough supplies to last you for some time. One day, […]

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During the great depression when the dollar collapsed, basic items became currency. Any trip to the market would be better accompanied with items such as tobacco, or alcohol to be used as barter and trade items, rather than a pocket full of dollars purely because of the fact that they were worth so much more. Bring […]

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How would your life change if you never had to pay rent or interest on a mortgage again? I bet it would take a significant weight off your shoulders. It sure would for me.Here are 23 survival uses for honey that you didn’t knowabout. You’re not alone, in fact today most people in “civilized” parts of the world don’t own their homes but are […]

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How in the world is someone supposed to actually prepare for an economic collapse? What should you do with your money? How can you make sure that your family is going to be okay? How can you prepare if your resources are extremely limited? These are the kinds of questions people ask me all the […]

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Several years ago we had a week-long power outage in my region. We live in a fairly old-fashioned rural community. Nonetheless, panic still set in somewhere around hour 12 of the weather-related disaster. It was summer, a really, really hot summer. The temperatures regularly hit about 95 degrees before noon. Friends and neighbors cleared out […]

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When I first got into prepping I did what a lot of new preppers do. I went out and started buying as much extra food as possible. It didn’t take long for my pantry to start to fill up, and within a month or so I was pretty proud of the 30 day(ish) stockpile I […]

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During WWI and WWII, nearly every home had a vegetable garden. In fact, it was almost unpatriotic not to have a plot to feed your family and friends. Called “Victory Gardens,” these plots were necessary to free up food to be sent to troops and to hungry civilians overseas. Tending a small garden in your […]

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If you spend much time at all perusing various survival and prepper forums, you’ll no doubt run across the term, “situational awareness.” When I give talks and lead workshops, I like to use the analogy of situational awareness being akin to taking off the blinders that so many people seem to wear today. In other words, pay […]

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When I was a little girl, probably only about 3 or 4 years old, I had the unfortunate luck of getting bitten by a nasty spider. Thankfully, the critter wasn’t anything too awful that I had to be rushed to the hospital, but it sure wasn’t fun. But to tell you the truth, I quickly forgot all […]

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