In a disaster, you can use buckets for lots of things. After you read this post, you’ll never throw a bucket away again.
Zip ties, also known as cable ties, are small, light, and incredibly useful. They’re well worth adding to your bug out bag and other supplies.
There are many benefits of raised bed gardening, especially if the only space you have is in your backyard. It’s also better if you’re new to gardening.
Don’t throw those leftovers away! Many common foods can be used for all sorts of other things. Here are 32 examples of foods with alternative uses.
The great thing about medicinal herbs is you don’t have to stock up on a huge supply. You can grow them throughout the year and harvest what you need. #urbansurvivalsite #herbs #herbgarden #containergarden #herbal
Of all the things preppers shouldn’t throw away, probably the most useful is the 2-liter bottle. Some people discard these almost everyday.
Some items take up very little space and can be used in numerous ways for survival. Dental floss is a great example.
Here are some examples of things you should stop throwing away and start setting aside. Remember, during long-term disasters almost everything has a use.
Ponchos are a great way to stay dry in the rain, but did you know there are also many prepper uses for ponchos? A poncho can be a prepper’s best friend.
Borax can be used to clean almost anything around the house and it takes up very little space, leaving you room to store other things.