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The Best Cheap Flashlight - Our recommendations for inexpensive, durable, multipurpose flashlights that are great for everyday emergencies and EDC.
As part of our effort to be prepared for everyday emergencies we went on a hunt for the best cheap flashlight. Our target was a durable inexpensive high lumen flashlight that we could give to children and not worry if it was lost. It needed to be a flashlight bright [...]
Sat, Feb 17, 2018
Source: Common Sense Homestead
The Minimalist Gardener is a perfect book for those who claim they don't have the time or space for gardening. Filled with colorful photos and easy to read essays, this book invites you to explore the possibilities of low input gardening. #smallgarden #permaculture
The Minimalist Gardener is a perfect book for those who claim they don't have the time or space for gardening. Filled with colorful photos and easy to read essays, this book invites you to explore the possibilities of low input gardening. By using plants that want to grow and placing [...]
Sat, Feb 17, 2018
Source: Common Sense Homestead
Best Battery Chargers, Power Packs, Solar Chargers & Emergency Radios with Chargers, Rechargeable Batteries, Non-rechargeable Batteries & Battery Storage
My husband, August, did a ton of research to find the best battery chargers and rechargeable batteries for emergencies and every day use, so I asked him to help put together this post to share what he found out. There are battery chargers that can recharge nearly every type of [...]
Sat, Feb 17, 2018
Source: Common Sense Homestead
As we noted, the Republicans' tax bill lowers the corporate rate from 35 to 21 percent and according to the New York Times it will cut taxes for about 75 percent of filers in 2018. That is good news for taxpayers, who would do well to consider realities that have [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Source: MyGovCost.org
The recent mass shooting, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Coral Springs, Florida has brought the issue of mass shootings and the gun control debate to the forefront once again. [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Source: Survivopedia
On my controversial article on straw bale gardening, I recently received this comment from Terri of Ladybug Farms: “I totally concur! I became the first certified organic hay supplier in Georgia in 2015. A lot of people said “why bother”. I wasn't sure myself but I knew I had really clean [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Source: Survival Gardner
Here's an interesting question that I don't hear very often: If you start running low on food, how do you ration what's left? Hopefully, you won't ever run low on food, but there are plenty of scenarios where it could happen. So in the interest of preparedness, I think it's [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Source: Urban Survivor
ReadyNutrition Readers, we have done several articles on biological weapons, as well as specific diseases that one might encounter with an attack by a so-called “rogue” state. But we also know the value of a good “false flag,” that is an operation by a government and made to appear [...]
Fri, Feb 16, 2018
Source: Ready Nutrition
In a recent press release, Congressman Jason Lewis (R-MN) urged the House of Representatives to pass recent ‘right-to-try' legislation “as soon as possible.” Lewis also said, “I want each and every treatment option that could save a life to be available to those who are sick” and that “Families are [...]
Thu, Feb 15, 2018
Source: Independent Institute
I need to make some new compost piles like this one: We've been saving kitchen scraps in sealed bucket on the porch until the land is cleared for our gardens. It's taking longer than you might expect, but we're on Central America time here. Getting guys out to do stuff takes [...]
Thu, Feb 15, 2018
Source: Survival Gardner

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