A butterfly bandage looks like its name. It consists of two wings of adhesive tape with a thin band in the middle.
Whether you’re craving a weekend getaway or a longer escape to nature, here is a list of camping essentials for beginners.
The best way to keep fresh produce happy and not wilted or spoiled is to learn which foods should not be stored together.
A great way to get the survival gear and prepping supplies you need is to shop at a military surplus store, also known as an army-navy store.
With just $20 per month, you can build a massive emergency food stockpile by the end of the year. Here’s how to do it.
Drones are very widespread nowadays. And as with any piece of technology, it’s important to consider whether they might be useful after SHTF.
The things you do during a blackout can make a difference in terms of safety, your belongings, and the people who live there.
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.
Building a survival pantry is an essential step for all preppers, but how are you supposed to stock your survival pantry on a tight budget?