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Be Prepared

Be Prepared

Most people would agree that being prepared is a good idea, and while knowledge is power, simply knowing that you should be prepared is not either a good idea or power. Inherent in the idea of being prepared is obtaining ...

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Gun Vault Review

Gun Vault Review

When my husband first asked me to purchase the Solutions from Science Drag and Draw Gun Vault, I was sure it was a gimmick and not worth the money. I mean, how they could offer this biometric equipment for $179.99 ...

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6 Surprising Off-Grid Uses For Alcohol

6 Surprising Off-Grid Uses For Alcohol

When city folks in the 1940s went into the country, they were surprised to find the farmers didn’t know there was a depression going on. Why? Because they made their own food and alcohol. Yep…you read that right—alcohol. Is alcohol ...

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Surviving with Diabetes

Surviving with Diabetes

Diabetes sufferers know that maintaining a controlled environment where they have a steady supply of medication and balanced meals is important for good health.  However, at times it can be impossible to maintain this perfect environment.  When the world is ...

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Storing Your Stuff Efficiently

Storing Your Stuff Efficiently

Once you’re serious about preparing your family (or even just yourself!) for an off-grid lifestyle, you may quickly run out of space for all your stuff.  Properly organizing and storing them is critical to avoid becoming overwhelmed, so today I ...

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A Multi-Family Retreat

A Multi-Family Retreat

1. Preplanning. • Location of retreat. If you don’t have a cabin in mind, the first item to discuss is where the cabin should be located. Should it be near a river or lake, or close to a highway? How far ...

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Disaster Drills: The Best Preparation

Disaster Drills: The Best Preparation

Preparation for a disaster is not always enough.  Only practice makes perfect.  If you make the effort to use Mother Nature’s little disasters and test your readiness with dry-runs and rehearsals, you will learn a thousand little things that will ...

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