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  • Bad Foods to Stock Up On

    Food is the second most important part of your disaster preparedness plan. The average person can only live for three weeks without it. Many people have at least three days worth of food put aside for disaster emergencies. This is a good starting point for a beginner prepper. The government asked that each person should […] More

  • Five Things Just as Toxic As COVID-19 That Came From China

    China has been an important trading partner with us for many years. It’s our third-largest exporter of goods and number one in imported goods. We spend 115 billion dollars on goods from this country. We depend a lot on China and due to recent events people have begun to wonder if we depend too much […] More

  • Five Ways To Grieve For A Loved One

    Recently I experienced a great loss. Yesterday afternoon my dog (seen in the picture above) Henry Lee passed away. He was a cuddly little guy and is greatly missed. The last twenty-four hours have been hard on my home, especially on my other pug Izzy. Today, I’m going to share with you some things I […] More

  • Seven Things You Should Be Teaching Your Kids

    With states officially declaring the end of the school year the children rejoiced, while their parents groan in distaste. This left many parents wondering what to do about their education, so next year they don’t fall behind other students. Their anxiety grew as schools are becoming uncertain as to when, if, they’ll open next year. […] More

  • How To Make Your Own COVID Cloth Mask

    Face masks have become a hot topic today. The N95 mask is designed to help those who have direct contact with the virus to prevent them from catching it. Meaning healthcare workers and other essential employees should be using them. But, the CDC is asking the general public to stop buying them as this is […] More

  • Reason Why Every Team Should Have A Redneck

    Many people identify as being a Redneck. It is a popular term in the rural Southern regions of the United States. When we say, Redneck, we usually think of a big heavy set dumb guy named Bubba sipping beer in the back of a pickup truck wearing no shirt and blue overalls. This, unfortunately, is […] More

  • More Then Just Zombies Out There

    Zombies are everywhere they are in your towns, your suburbs, and your homes. You may have spent years training for the moment the dead stop dying, but are you truly ready? Zombies movies gave us a false idea that zombies are the only threat that you and your family will have to face in the […] More

  • Survival Skin Care Basics

    Our skin is our biggest organ in the body. Just like every other organ, the skin plays a major factor in our survival. It helps us regulate body temperature. Protects our inner organs from exposure and outside threats. There are three layers of skin; epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous. It can renew itself, by shedding 40,000 […] More

  • Could They Survive: Hans Solo

    Happy Star Wars week everybody. In honor of the festive spirit, this month we’ll be reviewing the survival ability of the four most popular Star Wars characters, starting with Hans Solo.   Survivability: 5/7   Who Is He? Hans Solo is one of the main characters in the Star Wars saga. He is seen as […] More

  • Top Five Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

    Flowers are the prettiest part of spring. The flower industry is a 34.3 billion dollar market. There are 15,307 florists in operation in the US alone. Flowers were the last to evolved on Earth, making them the universal late bloomers. Flowers are the most popular gardening plant in the US since the 1970s. They may […] More

  • Could They Survive: Joe Exotic (AKA Tiger King)

    Special thanks to Kappa-Nikki Krieger and Charlotte Hopkins for there help in this week’s article.   Survivability: 3/7   Who Is Joe Exotic Joe Exotic ran a wildlife sanctuary that specialized in big cat rescue in Oklahoma. He is hugely popular today due to a Netflix series based on his crimes titled,┬áTiger┬áKing: Murder, Mayhem, and […] More

  • Starting A Seed Bank

    Happy Earth Day, everyone! Today marks the annual event where we get together to support our beautiful planet. This holiday is acknowledged in 193 countries. It began in 1970 by peace activist John McConnell as an effort to encourage others to coordinate environmental protection events. What a better way to save Earth than by starting […] More

  • Helpful Beginner Gardening Tips

    Gardening is the number one most popular outdoor activity in the country. Every year 33 million households, or 37% of the overall population, will develop some type of garden this year. The average home will spend 32 dollars to yield 356 dollars worth of produce. The number one reason people garden is a tie between […] More

  • Walking Dead Update!

    A few days ago I heard from an anonymous tipster that The Walking Dead will resume their post-production work on the final episode in Mid-May depending on if the COVID-19 cases stay the same, or drop. They stated that season 11 will begin re-filming in early July. Though nothing is verified yet I figured I […] More

  • Tips For Surviving A Pandemic

    In case you weren’t sick of hearing about COVID-19 I recently found this great documentary about it. Enjoy!   [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mwc9QOQjoJQ[/embedyt] More

  • Five Songs That We Associate With Zombies

    This is a popular topic among zombie preppers. We all have at one point made a list of songs we wish to play during our zombie slaughtering moments. This is also a fun way to get to know other zombiholics. There are certain songs on every playlist that everyone seems to have. These songs remain […] More

  • How To Make Survival Bread (Hardtack)

    We love bread! It is the oldest food known to mankind. It is the most prominent food in the world and is a staple in the average American diet. We eat on average 53 pounds of it a year. Bread is easy to make on your own. With a few simple ingredients, you can bake […] More

  • Scary Science, Part 3

    This post contains spoilers! Reader discretion is advised! With the lockdown finally getting to people I figured now would be a good time to cover the ultimate isolation pandemic movie Quarantine. Truthfulness: 3/8 Though entertaining as the movie is the whole thing is built around scientific inaccuracies. Like all found-footage style, the movie starts very […] More

  • Baking Aisle Hacks

    Baking is an important part of the Easter celebration. It has been part of the Easter tradition since it first began thousands of years ago when Pagans baked scared cakes to please the Gods. It was adapted by Christians in their early years with a cake blessing. Baking today brings the family together and give […] More