Category Archives: DIY Survival

  • David Adams Jan 3, 2018

    Dumpster Dive for These Survival Tools

    Dumpster Dive for These Survival Tools

    It sounds hard to believe, but you can find some life-saving survival gear in the dumpster when SHTF. People throw away all sorts of stuff. Old clothes that don’t fit anymore, cooking equipment, and old tools are just some of the things you can find. The stuff we think of as trash in everyday life… Read More

  • David Adams Dec 25, 2017

    How You Can Use Plantain As Medicine

    How You Can Use Plantain As Medicine

    Nature provides us with many useful plants that have healing properties and other survival uses. However, many of these plants are considered weeds and people remove them from their lawns and gardens without considering their usefulness. A “weed” is simply a plant that is considered ugly and thrives in neglected lawns…but you’ll change your mind… Read More

  • David Adams Dec 23, 2017

    The Best Tips for Treating Burns in a Crisis

    The Best Tips for Treating Burns in a Crisis

    Burns are one of the worst injuries you can have…especially during a crisis. They’re dangerous, scary, and extremely painful. Getting burned during a crisis can easily put your life at risk, but only if you don’t know how to treat them. If you think your odds of getting burned are too small, consider this. Burns… Read More

  • David Adams Dec 19, 2017

    Who Knew Sugar Had So Many Survival Uses?

    Who Knew Sugar Had So Many Survival Uses?

    Sugar might not immediately come to mind when you think of things to pack in your bug-out bag, but this household ingredient is more useful than you might think. Some of the things you can do with sugar are downright amazing. Here are 9 survival uses for sugar that you can use when SHTF or… Read More

  • David Adams Dec 5, 2017

    8 Survival Uses For Feathers

    8 Survival Uses For Feathers

    When SHTF, you need to consider everything around you as a valuable survival resource. It’s even better if you can find ways to use things that are renewable, such as feathers. Feathers are a renewable natural resource you can find anywhere and are taken for granted in everyday life. However, I’d like to show you… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 21, 2017

    25 Century Old Survival Hacks

    25 Century Old Survival Hacks

    Life was harder in the old days, and people had to do a lot more to survive. Our lives today are relatively easy, and a lot of the useful knowledge from back then has been lost for most people. Luckily, some of these old school survival hacks are still around. Today, I’ll share with you… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 7, 2017

    How To Fix Broken Bones In A Crisis

    How To Fix Broken Bones In A Crisis

    What would you do if you or a loved one broke a bone during a crisis? Most people might try to hastily set the bone in a panic, with the reasoning that it’s a serious medical situation that can’t afford to wait. It’s true that a broken bone is a serious problem, but many times… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 19, 2017

    Survival Hot Tub – How to DIY

    Survival Hot Tub – How to DIY

    Would you like to relax in a hot tub after a long day of hard work? Soaking in a hot tub seems like one of the many things you’d have to go without in a SHTF situation, but it’s actually pretty simple to build your survival hot tub. You see, while researching a recent article… Read More

  • David Adams Apr 17, 2017

    5 Cool Uses for Your Survival Knife

    5 Cool Uses for Your Survival Knife

    A good survival knife is one of the best tools to have on hand during an emergency. Too many people think that someone who chooses to carry a knife outside of the kitchen must be some kind of maniac. They assume that knives must be used as weapons simply because they can be used as… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 27, 2017

    How Preppers Can Harvest Rainwater for Survival

    How Preppers Can Harvest Rainwater for Survival

    If SHTF and your water supply runs dry, knowing how to harvest rainwater can be an invaluable skill. According to the EPA, the average US citizen uses almost 100 gallons of water per day. Even in a survival situation, each person in your household would still need about 2-4 gallons a day for drinking and… Read More

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