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  • Survival Frog Apr 29, 2020

    Is It Possible To Live Off-Grid In A Motorhome?

    There is an undeniable romanticism tethered to the idea of living “off the grid”. Such a way of life seems natural, normal, and — though it is never mistaken for an easy life — all the hard labour is considered “honest”. Off-grid living in a motorhome then seems even more romantic. Whereas living off-grid implies… Read More

  • Survival Frog Apr 21, 2020

    Safety at Home – Prepare Your Home for Emergencies

    <h1>Safety at Home – Prepare Your Home for Emergencies</h1>

    Why should we prepare for emergencies? Should we bother to do so? Indeed, why should we? There are many reasons why we should take a step to prepare for emergencies swiftly. In fact, we should start preparing today. Who knew, for instance, that the Coronavirus would become such a big international emergency. Just a few… Read More

  • Survival Frog Apr 8, 2020

    Slow the Spread: DIY Cloth Face Masks

    As the coronavirus makes its way across our country, there are steps we should take to help slow the spread and flatten the curve. While we should all be actively practicing social distancing, which means keeping at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and another individual, this isn’t always possible.  Because of this, the CDC recommends wearing a cloth face cover when out in… Read More

  • Survival Frog Mar 16, 2020

    Coronavirus Pandemic Checklist

    While the concerns for contracting the virus are high, especially for those over the age of 60, a larger fear for many is being self-quarantined for an extended period of time. The typical quarantine period is 14 days. Two weeks seems like a long time to be stuck in the home, but it could go longer due… Read More

  • Survival Frog Nov 19, 2019

    How to Bring Your Plants Indoors for Winter

    By Clarence Washington Source Winter is the perfect time for hibernating. It’s the season for cozy fires, flannel sheets, space heaters, warm puffy coats, and that all-important electric blanket. You can survive winter’s freeze, but it’s a bit more challenging for outdoor plants if they’re not native to the region. Frost occurs when the thermometer… Read More

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