Whether you’re stranded in the wilderness or without heat in a snowstorm, some survival hacks using soda cans could save the day.
We’ve put together a list of non-food items you should consider gathering as part of your emergency preparations.
Here are 5 things our cell phones can do to help us survive a disaster. As technology advances, this list will expand.
A pill bottle survival kit is highly portable and so easy to carry, there’s little excuse for not taking it with you.
If you’re patient, you might score some brand-new or barely used survival items online or at flea markets, thrift stores, and yard sales.
Following a disaster, a landline phone is often more reliable than a cell phone, and that’s just one reason every prepper should get one.
Canned food can last a long time, even decades, but only if it’s been stored in the right conditions. Even then, you have to be careful.
It’s called the trucker’s hitch knot because it’s still used by truckers around the world to tie down loads on their trucks and trailers.
It is important to know the difference between survival items that you definitely need and those that aren’t a priority.
In case the stores run out of yeast or you’re living off the grid, here are step-by-step instructions on how to make homemade yeast.