Category Archive: Prepping

Apr 05

Kilees’ Journey: Introduction to Wilderness Survival

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(Editors note: I hope you are enjoying Kilees’ journey as much as I am. In this phase of Kilees’ prepping education she has begun where I feel every prepper should start, with understanding what it takes to survive. Over the next few weeks Kilee will be sharing her research in to what different aspects of …

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Mar 31

SHTF Medical: Turmeric

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(Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. I am not providing medical advise and will not be held liable for any misuse of this information. Consult a medical professional before starting any new medications/supplements. All medications be they Rx, OTC or natural have risk of dependency/death.) There are very few people who have the funds …

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Mar 27

Prepping Terminology Lesson #12: ”SHTF”

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English is a comprehensive language, we can describe what we are talking in a manner that can really get out point across yet people still find it necessary to make up a word to best describe something new. When you first start prepping you will quickly find that preppers have their own vocabulary of key …

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Mar 25

Kilees’ Journey: Gardening for Beginners‏

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The process of learning to garden is labor intensive, even for professionals. The best thing to do when you are beginning to start a garden is to learn more about which plants you would want to raise, either a vegetable or flower garden. Enjoying your first hard earned harvest gives you a sense a pride and …

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Mar 24

SHTF Medical: Natural Allergy Remedies

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In the worst of times you will find the worst of times. That is why we prep, we want to stack the odds in our favor as much as possible. The point to it all is to keep moving forward, figuratively and literally. Keeping in the right frame of mind will help you maintain your …

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Mar 20

Kit Item of the Week #10: LBE

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Every survival kit needs to be custom fitted to the individual that will be using it, there is no ready made setup that will take care of everything you need to do. However, there are certain items everyone should have in their kit. Often people will overlook simple things that could be helpful but are …

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Mar 18

Prepping Terminology Lesson #11: “prepper protection act of 1791″

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English is a comprehensive language, we can describe what we are talking in a manner that can really get out point across yet people still find it necessary to make up a word to best describe something new. When you first start prepping you will quickly find that preppers have their own vocabulary of key …

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Mar 18

Kilees’ Journey: Stranded with the kids (my mommy vehicle kit)

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Have you ever been stranded on the side of the road with children? I have and trust me, it is not fun. At the time I was not at all prepared and I did not know how long we (my 3 year old son and two year old daughter) were going to be stranded. We …

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Mar 17

SHTF Medical: Treating Sepsis

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In the worst of times you will find the worst of times. That is why we prep, we want to stack the odds in our favor as much as possible. The point to it all is to keep moving forward, figuratively and literally. Keeping in the right frame of mind will help you maintain your …

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Mar 13

Kit Item of the Week #9: Boots

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Every survival kit needs to be custom fitted to the individual that will be using it, there is no ready made setup that will take care of everything you need to do. However, there are certain items everyone should have in their kit. Often people will overlook simple things that could be helpful but are …

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