My kids love bananas. Until they don’t. And they never tell me when the banana consumption will spontaneously shut off, so occasionally, I’m left with a bunch of over ripe bananas. When there are 4-5 of them, we make this…
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If you are looking for a list of items you should stock in your medical kit for treating a traumatic injury, then here’s our list of 21 Medical Kit Must Haves for treating a traumatic wound when the SHTF.
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I recently had the opportunity to act in a play with my local community theater. Although I was a theater major in college, I studied the tech end, not the acting end, and hadn’t acted in front of a real…
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I see a lot of people suggesting that you get one of these so-called “emergency blankets.” I’m here to tell you that they suck for their purported use – but there is an alternative and they still have their uses.
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One of the recurring excuses for not getting prepared is that preparedness costs too much. It’s true that some aspects of preparedness are going to require an investment of money, however, cost is no excuse for not doing something! There…
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The Successful Survivalist’s Rules of Life
1. Carry a pocket knife.
2. Get comfortable with lighting a fire.
3. Learn to shoot and clean a gun.
4. Be able to perform basic first aid.
5. Keep your blades sharp.
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