Have you heard the waiver of informed consent in the recently passed "21st Century Cures Act?"
When things go awry, do you instantly try to return to normalcy or do you consider it a prepping adventure in adaptability?
Despite all the division in America right now, here are 3 stories that we can all agree are bad news. Maybe this is what we need to reunite our country.
Most people are living in an alternate reality created by those with the biggest platforms.
Learning what to do in the event of a nuclear strike just took on a whole new urgency now that Kim Jong Un has literally threatened to nuke the US.
Certain items can be very important - and, well, comforting - in times when nothing else is certain.
Are you sure you have enough put back in your long-term prepper food supply?
I'm excited to announce that my new book, The Prepper's Canning Guide, is now available!
Sometimes, a situation arises during which we're too busy to prep in the way we usually do. Here are some quick activities to work into busy schedules.
Are you short on places to stash your stockpile? Here are 25 storage ideas for small space prepping.
Here are some delicious ways to eat frugal winter produce: canned, frozen, and in-season - during the coldest months of the year.
Most family preparedness information assumes a two-parent household. Here are 7 tips from a single mom to encourage other single parent preppers.
  Self-Reliance. It's a revolutionary word these days and I thought it deserved a manifesto. Manifesto: noun man·i·fes·to \ˌma-nə-ˈfes-(ˌ)tō\ A declaration[...]
This week, the round-up is all about the folks who don't live on a few acres in the country as we focus on self-reliance in small spaces.
Here's what you need to do immediately in the event of a stock market crash.
Run your home like a business, which includes keeping detailed financial records and performing a personal audit of your frugal living budget.
Do you enjoy saving a buck more than most people? Do you have a black belt in frugality? Here are 20 surefire signs that you are embracing your cheap side. How many things on this list apply to you?
It’s time to learn a whole new way to shop. Thrift is of the utmost importance if you want to be able to afford to build your pantry quickly.
Forget survival of the strongest, the meanest, the fastest, the toughest, the fittest or the smartest. Those who are the most adaptable will survive.
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