5 Food storage lessons from World War II

Prepping isn’t an easy endeavor but modern preppers have it easier compared to those who experienced World War II (WWII). Back in the early 1940s, people had to survive on war rations, which would have made feeding a large family difficult, especially if you were on a limited budget. But despite these difficult times, people endured … Continue reading 5 Food storage lessons from World War II

Dr. David Martin exposes the ‘the great reset and COVID-19 vaccines’ agenda

  We are being crushed by a vertically-integrated, synchronized cascade of crimes on a scale that is hard to fathom. It’s been so destabilizing and traumatic, that we may have lost sight of the numerous capital, criminal, civil and international laws that have been and are, at this very moment being outrageously violated by the … Continue reading Dr. David Martin exposes the ‘the great reset and COVID-19 vaccines’ agenda

Deadly pesticides can harm bee populations for generations, study finds

A recent study showed that pesticides can harm bee populations for generations. The paper, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, found that bee populations can take a hit for generations once a bee is exposed to a common pesticide in its first year of life. Lead author and University of California … Continue reading Deadly pesticides can harm bee populations for generations, study finds

Home gardening tips: How to start a survival orchard

Before SHTF, most homesteaders plan to start a home garden on their property so they have access to fresh produce. If you have more space on your property, you should also consider starting a survival orchard. Within several years, you can harvest fresh fruits free from pesticides. (h/t to PreppersWill.com) Why start a survival orchard? If you … Continue reading Home gardening tips: How to start a survival orchard

12 Budget-friendly tips for creating a beautiful garden

Stunning gardens are a treat for the senses. Fragrant flowers, colorful fences and weed-free beds help create an inviting garden for humans, birds and insects alike. Beginner gardeners might shrink at the idea of creating a garden that’s both functional and beautiful. However, it’s not as difficult as it seems. And it shouldn’t burn a hole … Continue reading 12 Budget-friendly tips for creating a beautiful garden

Prepping food supply tips: How to eat healthy on a budget

Being on a tight budget doesn’t mean you need to starve yourself or buy food from the dollar menu at a fast-food restaurant. As a prepper, your whole family can eat well if you know when to buy ingredients and how to plan your meals. (h/t to PennilessParenting.com) By being practical, you can save money on groceries and … Continue reading Prepping food supply tips: How to eat healthy on a budget

Homesteading hacks: 15 Ways to feed your chickens (for free)

Homesteading is a rewarding way of life. But from home repairs to canning and gardening, you might find yourself at a loss when it comes to saving on certain expenses. If you raise livestock like chickens, you can save money by learning how to feed your animals for free! (h/t to TheHomesteadingHippy.com) Chickens need a balanced … Continue reading Homesteading hacks: 15 Ways to feed your chickens (for free)

Food storage tips: How to make DIY dehydrated meals

Dehydration is one of the easiest and least expensive methods of food preservation. For one, it is a great option for storing extra produce after an abundant harvest. Dried, nutrient-dense foods are also an indispensable part of any prepper’s stockpile. Benefits of food dehydration Dehydrating food is as simple as it sounds. In ancient times, … Continue reading Food storage tips: How to make DIY dehydrated meals

The homesteader’s kitchen: Tools and ingredients you need to preserve food before SHTF

Food preservation will come in handy when SHTF. With resources running out, food that lasts a long time will help you better plan your meals and save what you’ve foraged or stockpiled for later consumption. But first, you’ll need certain tools and ingredients to preserve food. (h/t to FoodStorageMoms.com) Dehydrator As its name suggests, a food dehydrator is a … Continue reading The homesteader’s kitchen: Tools and ingredients you need to preserve food before SHTF

Mindful eating and the doshas: Understanding the weight loss benefits of the Ayurvedic diet

Fad diets are often made to take advantage of people who want to lose a few pounds the “easy” way. But if you want to improve your eating habits and lose weight naturally, consider learning about the Ayurvedic diet and mindful eating. What is an Ayurvedic diet? The Ayurvedic diet is based on the principles of … Continue reading Mindful eating and the doshas: Understanding the weight loss benefits of the Ayurvedic diet