Learn how to make a lighter duct tape using affordable supplies and only a couple of minutes. Light up your duct tape for your emergency bag.
How to Get Prepared for an Emergency with a Low Budget
Learn how to get ready for any emergency even with a low budget. Here are some tips and tricks about prepping on a budget!
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!
Keep the Little Red Wagon for Emergencies
Learn how a kid’s toy can become handy during a real emergency. The little red wagon can save time when getting prepared for an emergency.
How to Teach Your Kids How to Ride a Bike
Learn how to teach your kid to ride a bike safely. These tips and tricks are to prepare your child to stay safe while riding his bike.
Know Your Phone Numbers in Case of an Emergency (Preparedness Quick Tip #25)
If you’re like me, you rarely actually have to recite the phone numbers you need the most because they’re so conveniently programmed in your cell phone. I even have to look up my own number when handing it out because I frequently forget it (since, you know, I never call myself). It’s just so easy […]
What Will You Do When the Toilet Paper Runs Out?
Remember those Extreme Couponing shows where the participants had a wall full of toilet paper? They had the right idea! At least for me, I’d much rather waste a whole wall of my home with a mountain of toilet paper than think of doing without. However, in an extreme post-poop hits the fan world (get […]
My Prepper Library
I added a new page to my blog, My Prepper Library. It’s an ongoing list of books I’ve found helpful or are standards in the movement that are on my immediate to-be-read list. I’ll be adding to it as I finish a book with a mini-review and adding more as I go, so check back […]
This Little Light of Mine – EDC LED Keychain Flashlight Review
As I get older, I’m noticing I’m having more and more trouble seeing in low light/odd light situations. Trying to open my husband’s car door with my keys in less than desirable light is frustrating to say the least (I’m not worthy enough to have my own remote to his car – besides, we weren’t […]
Don’t be an Armchair Prepper
To everything there is a season. A time to plan, a time to harvest. A time to can, a time to eat. A time to prepare, a time to research. But never is there a time when you can’t be actively preparing, even if you can’t afford to buy anything. You know that guy who […]