A car battery can do more than start a car. Here’s how to combine several into a survival power bank that operates power tools and devices.
Sometimes when you’re in the woods on a rainy day, finding dry tinder can be difficult. That’s why it’s wise to carry premade tinder.
A safe room is a location in your home that you can retreat to in case of a threat. Here’s what you need to know before building one.
If you are vulnerable—whether you’re asleep or bugging out—having a perimeter alarm to alert you to intruders can save your life.
Knowing how to build your own DIY space heater will help you to become more self-sufficient without having to be connected to the grid.
Believe it or not, you can fit a survival kit into a small Altoids tin. This video shows you exactly how to make a micro survival kit.
Roman concrete is the most durable kind of concrete, and you can make it with little more than limestone, and volcanic ash and rock.
One of the best survival skills you can learn is how to use everyday items for survival. The paperclip, in particular, is quite versatile.
One of the most important survival skills is the ability to take basic home items and use them for a survival situation. One of these items is WD-40.
Making these do-it-yourself products will help you limit your trips to the store, and they’ll introduce you to many simpler, healthier alternatives to store-bought items.