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.
Let’s talk about calorie cropping – growing with the goal of providing calorie-rich food, preferably food you can store for several seasons.
The best survival foods are calorie-dense, providing more calories per pound. You also want a hardy variety that will grow in numerous hardiness zones.
There are plenty of ways you can start preparing without spending money, and many survival supplies can be gathered or created from items you already own.
There are many unique and creative DIY projects that help lower your bills and reduce energy consumption. These projects range from simple to innovative.
You can make a DIY face mask that fits snugly against your face with items from around home. It should only take about ten minutes. Here’s how to do it.
You won’t get a fruit harvest the first year you plant a tree, but if you pick one of the fastest-growing fruit trees, you might get to eat fruit sooner.
Five-gallon bucket projects are a great way to upcycle old buckets, reuse items you have laying around, and create something new and useful.