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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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Preparing For Economic Disaster: Don’t Get Caught In Debt

By Andrew J. / January 8, 2019

Paying off as much of your debt as you can is the one biggest piece of advice we can give to our fellow preppers. The economy could implode any day. So we’ve put together this easy to follow guide to help you go debt free in 2019. “Most times people take on debt because of […]

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Thanksgiving Comes Early to Survival Dad Fans…

By Survival Dad / November 17, 2018

I got the coolest email from Joseph at LuckyShot yesterday.  He said in honor of Thanksgiving, all of my readers get an extra 15% off everything at the LuckyShot website through Cyber Monday if you use this code: ” Survive15  “. Look at some of this stuff…first, the handmade whiskey glass with a real .308 […]

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Paracord: The Prepper’s Holy Grail

By Andrew J. / May 7, 2018

Paracord is short for parachute cord- a miracle piece of equipment that any and every serious prepper or survivalist should have. It’s usually referred to as 550 paracord because despite its thin appearance, it can hold 550 lbs. That’s some serious strength. The cord itself can be unraveled to reveal inner strands that are very […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Survivalist and a Prepper?

By Andrew J. / July 26, 2016

When it comes to readiness for anything that life throws at you, there are survivalists and there are preppers. These terms are often used interchangeably, but they are actually very different. Survivalists and preppers have a common goal for sure, but there are major differences in the overall sentiment and outcome of their behavior. A […]

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Learning From Real Life Survivors

By Andrew J. / September 17, 2015

As preppers we are always thinking about different ways to become more self-reliant and live like they lived 100 years ago. People who lived during the turn of the century lit their homes with kerosene and oil lamps, heated their homes with fire wood and if they wanted new clothes, they had to buy fabric […]