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The Brand of Terrorism No One Is Looking For

By Michael B. / September 11, 2019

When it comes to terrorism we, along with our governments, tend to focus on bombings, knifings, and shootings. Unfortunately, there’s a whole different type of terrorism that goes unmentioned that’s just as (if not more) threatening: bioterrorism. Bioterrorism involves the use of harmful germs or other biological agents to create mass illness- from epidemic to […]

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Cut Your Costs With Soy Candles

By Andrew J. / September 5, 2019

Candles have long been made exclusively with paraffin wax or beeswax. Recently, a new type of candle has begun emerging into the market: soy. Soy candles are made out of 100% natural soy wax without any additives, resulting in candles with a pleasing aroma without any type of fragrance added. Expert soy candle makers employ […]

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Solar Energy Simplified

By Andrew J. / August 29, 2019

The sun shines, we collect the sunlight, we convert the sunlight into usable forms, and we enjoy the benefits. You can’t get any simpler than that. But okay, I know you need more explanations. You’ve been looking all over the web for information and you need  more than just a single sentence. The sun produces […]

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Staying Sane in the Wild

By James A. / July 6, 2019

Follow the link below to watch our latest video on how to maintain and strengthen your mental health and endurance in any survival situation.

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Build the Homestead of Your Dreams Completely Debt-Free

By Emma C / June 21, 2019

Modern homesteading doesn’t typically come with all the same risks and difficulties as it did decades ago, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy, by any means. In addition to the usual challenges that come with working the land, there is one challenge you can always count on cropping up: money. While money is an issue […]

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Brighten Up Your Candles With This Simple Trick

By Andrew J. / May 28, 2019

If you have children in your home, chances are you have an abundance of worn down crayons that don’t get used much anymore. Before throwing them out, consider saving them as emergency supplies for your candle making. This can be a great way to turn them into something new and bright again or even to […]

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The Poor Man’s Guide To Home Security

By Michael B. / May 27, 2019

Your home is your castle, and your family your greatest asset, so you want to keep everything safe. But if you’ve priced home security systems lately, your checkbook might be hurting a little at the thought. I’m not going to tell you not to buy an alarm system, but if you’re not at a point […]

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Emergency Prep: Civil War

By Michael B. / May 16, 2019

As world leaders beat their chests, make shows of power, and fight for supremacy, conscientious citizens will acknowledge that the odds of a third world war breaking out are high. What many people aren’t aware of is that there’s a even more frightening possibility right around the corner: civil war. Some countries, like Africa, have […]

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The Secret Guide To Composting Like A Pro

By Michael B. / March 20, 2019

Read Up The first and most important thing you can do is educate yourself. That’s right. You need to read up on the concepts, techniques, and all the other factors pertaining to composting. Much like learning a new language, immersing yourself with available information prior to jumping in will ensure that you’re giving it your […]

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Cooking With Eggs: The Rundown

By Andrew J. / March 19, 2019

Eggs are a staple in the American kitchen. They can be cooked alone: boiled, poached, fried, scrambled. They can be used in baking, for things like batters and cakes. Alternatively, you can use eggs to thicken sauces or to lighten and fluff up dishes. But how much do you actually know about eggs? Chances are, […]

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