In a disaster, the Internet and cell phone towers might not be working. If that happens, try one of these alternative ways to communicate.
In a post-collapse world, all the cash and credit cards in the world won’t do you much good. Experts believe we would need to turn to barter.
Part of preparing should include stockpiles of clothing. These clothes could be in your bug out bag, or in a tote in the garage.
Garage sales are the perfect place to find all sorts of treasures, especially if you want to prepare yourself to live off-grid.
Many of these dirt-cheap items may gain serious value as they become more scarce. Stock up on them while you still can.
While some of these off-grid supplies may seem trivial today, they would be valuable in a life-or-death situation.
A dry flush toilet allows you to have a commode in your home without a sewage hook-up or a plumbing system.
This post is a checklist of homestead items you might have overlooked, but they’re good to have when you need them.
This list of homesteading books includes books for beginners as well as those homesteaders who have a few years under their belt.
In this video, Canadian Prepper goes to the dollar store and purchases $100 worth of supplies. Here’s a list of the things he bought.