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  Preparing for a disaster — any type of disaster — involves taking a long, hard look at both the current and possible future medical needs of the family. If you are fortunate enough to have a medical professional in your family or mutual assistance group, you are one of the lucky ones. But even… Read more »


natural antibiotics

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  Preparing for the end of the world as we know it (TEOTWAWKI) is a daunting task, to say the least. Breaking down your survival plan into specific categories makes both budgeting for the purchases and keeping an accurate inventory of your preps an organized endeavor. The survival guide series will offer preparedness hacks and… Read more »


emergency light sources

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  Prepping for a long-term disaster, no matter what type of disaster you feel is most likely to impact your life, should involve plans to light the home or survival retreat. Generators are the obvious choice to continue to power and light your home during a disaster, but fuel could run out long before the… Read more »


off the grid careers

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  Living off the grid or at your dream survival retreat might be more affordable that you think. Unless you are independently wealthy, an income must still be earned while preparing for a SHTF scenario. More than a few notable accomplished preparedness authors, presenters, and radio show personalities left lucrative and high-powered positions to live more simply… Read more »


self-reliance tips

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Buying the perfect homesteading property, planting rows and rows or crops, and purchasing long term storage food as a part of a backup plan is a good start to becoming more self-reliant, but those preps alone will not ensure success or long-term survival. Living off the grid or making the decision to live more self-reliant… Read more »