Having an emergency medical kit is crucial to survival. You can buy a premade medical kit, but it’s cheaper to build your own.
During the Great Depression, most people were broke, so they had to get creative in the kitchen. Here are some weird things people ate.
Bandanas are thin, lightweight, easy to clean, and easy to carry, making them just right for a wide variety of uses.
PVC pipe is incredibly useful whether you’re a prepper or homesteader. Here are some DIY projects that use PVC pipes for survival.
We can’t stop inflation, but there’s a lot we can do to prepare for it. Mostly, that means cutting our expenses.
Baking soda is cheap, has a long shelf-life, and has dozens of household and survival uses, making it a great item to stock up on.
While one way to stay ahead of food inflation is to stockpile it, there are many additional ways to continue to eat well at a decent price.
We scoured the web for deals and checked brick-and-mortar store prices to come up with eight ways to find great deals on emergency food.
You might be surprised at all the survival uses for rubber bands, especially for preppers and homesteaders. Here are 30 of them.
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.