Learn how to make toothpaste dots with this easy step-by-step guide. This quick hack helps your hygiene in emergency situations.
Long-Burning Candles at Low Cost for Powerless Nights
Find out what are the best long-burning candles on a low cost for the powerless nights. These budget candles last a long time!
Aquamira Water Bottle Filter: 2022 Review
Learn why you should buy the Aquamira Microbiological Filter. All the Aquamira Water Bottle Filter pros and cons are in this 2022 review.
Top 10 Fire Starters For Camping in 2022
Learn what are the best fire starters in 2022. Read these reviews of the top 10 fire starters from Amazon and find your best!
I Tried It for You: Lifestraw Personal Water Filter Review
Can you see yourself lugging the 2-3 gallons of water per day that you’ll need for survival, cooking and safe cleaning? No, me either. Though the every federal emergency preparedness plan calls for a minimum of 1 gallon of water per person per day, that doesn’t take into account what you need for extra. That’s […]
Preparedness Quick Tip #18: 15+ Uses for a Trash Bag in an Emergency Situation
Trash bags are essential tools for your emergency kits and to have stocked in your home. The list below has the black trash bag in mind, but many of the uses would work equally well with white trash bags, especially if you are using the better quality brands. How to Use Trash Bags for an […]
How to Build a Backyard Fire Pit
Having a fire pit in your backyard is an awesome way to have a backup for cooking when the power goes out, and it creates a great space to gather round and spend time with your family away from technology and just talk. How about that? NOTE: This post was written as we went – […]
How a Pencil Sharpener can Save Your Life
This seems a pretty tall order for a mere back to school supply piece of plastic, but the humble pencil sharpener really can save your life in an emergency situation. I’m sure you’ve all seen the million ways you can use a Tic Tac box to create mini survival kits. But that’s not a great […]
I Tried It for You: A Review of the Credit Card-sized Survival Tool in Everyday Life
One of the very first ‘survival’ tools that I bought my family Everyone has one for their wallet. It’s one of this kitchy things that you think aren’t worth the money, but it’s a really great, small first move you can make that is cheap to boot! What is it? It’s an 11 function survival […]
How to Make Your Own Deodorant (and why you’d even want to)
Not long ago, I began reading up on how aluminum in antiperspirants could be contributing to an increase in Alzheimer’s, as well as being an estrogen mimicker and clogging pores (see more info HERE @ Kitchen Stewardship). Considering I’m youngish, I kind of just ignored most of that, until I began seeing symptoms in several family […]