Being Resourceful When Necessary – A Self-Reliant Value To Live By! Re-purposing Old Hangers!

Click here to view the original post. In choosing to live a life that is more self-reliant, one should value being a good steward of their resources and learn how to reuse or recycle items to serve other purposes.  If we are in a downward economic spiral, like many believe, we will need to learn … Continue reading

The Most Incredible Garden And Flower Fertilizer Ever – Worm Castings!

Click here to view the original post.It’s not often that we dedicate an entire article to a single organic substance, but when it comes to worm castings, they simply deserve the spotlight! I wish we had known the true power of them years ago. Ever since we The post The Most Incredible Garden And Flower Fertilizer … Continue reading

If You Have to Evacuate, What Would You Grab First?

Click here to view the original post.This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Most people are not prepared to evacuate on a short notice.  Yet there have been recent instances when people have had to leave their homes in a hurry.  Mandatory evacuations are ordered due to tornadoes, fires, floods, chemical or radiation leaks etc. … Continue reading

The Next Fukushima? These Nuclear Power Plants Reside in Earthquake Zones

Click here to view the original post.Nuclear power once had so much promise. We were assured that nuclear reactors would provide cheap, abundant, safe, and clean energy. And for the most part, that promise was delivered. Nuclear power is still one of the most effective forms of energy production. But over the years a glaring … Continue reading

Are you training to Survive or to Kill?

Are you training to Survive or to Kill?

Click here to view the original post.Are you training to Survive or to Kill? James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below! We often get the best look at ourselves when we separate from what we do on a daily basis. In survival and preparedness heavy introspection is so important. It’s a lonely and … Continue reading

Scam Alert – Beware This Phone Scam

Click here to view the original post.There is a phone scam that is going around the country right now. My mother received this call earlier this week. Fortunately, she didn’t fall for the scam, but it did upset her greatly. Be aware of this scam, and explain it to any older folks you know since … Continue reading

Scam Alert – Beware This Phone Scam

There is a phone scam that is going around the country right now. My mother received this call earlier this week. Fortunately, she didn’t fall for the scam, but it did upset her greatly. Be aware of this scam, and explain it to any older folks you know since the scammers may especially be targeting … Continue reading

The Precipice of World War III

Click here to view the original post. I had the pleasure of being a guest on Radio Free Redoubt with John Jacob Schmidt recently. We discussed the imminent threat of World War Three and what you can do to prepare. Everett and Courtney Carroll have survived the Seven Seal Judgments which devastated the planet. But have their … Continue reading

Russian Bombers Buzzed The U.S. Coast TWICE This Week (Once Within 41 Miles)

Russian Bombers Buzzed The U.S. Coast TWICE This Week (Once Within 41 Miles)

Click here to view the original post. ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Two Russian heavy bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons and cruise missiles flew close to the Alaskan coast not once but twice this week, and a U.S. congressman says it’s part of a message. The TU-95 “Bear” bombers were intercepted on each occasion – the … Continue reading

Setting Up A Survival Sick Room

Setting Up A Survival Sick Room

Click here to view the original post. A hospital tent In normal times, we have the luxury of modern medical facilities that can isolate a sick patient from healthy people. In a survival scenario, however, most organized medical care will no longer exist, placing the average citizen into the position of medic for his/her family … Continue reading

Where To Begin

Where To Begin

Click here to view the original post.I know it has been awhile, but my life is anything but normal.I will update y’all month by month NovemberI left off with the house burning last Thanksgiving. The insurance came through and we were able to pay the house off. The problem was there was nothing left over … Continue reading

21 Cute and Easy DIY Garden Markers

Click here to view the original post.It’s gardening time!  Have you ever planted your garden and then not remembered what was growing where?  Me, too.  Every year I make a garden map, but then somehow it gets displaced and I end up wondering what I have growing where until it sprouts.  Enter garden markers.  These … Continue reading

How To Make Compost Tea

Click here to view the original post.Just like us, our vegetable gardens grow best when they have access to quality nutrients. Adding the right types fertilizer to the soil helps. And mixing in compost to soften and feed the soil helps even more. But if you are looking for a garden superfood, look no further … Continue reading

11 Important Comfort Items for Stressful Times

Click here to view the original post.There are some tough guys out there who are going to read this article and think, “Books, blankets, hot cocoa? What kind of wimp needs all that?” But the fact is, everyone has comfort items they use to deal with stress. You might not be the type of person … Continue reading

UST Base Tube Tarp 1.0 Reviews

UST Base Tube Tarp 1.0 Reviews

Click here to view the original post.A tarp tent is a wonderful addition to your bug out bag as it can be used in many different ways. A tarp tent is a tarpaulin, a plastic or nylon sheet, used in place of a tent. It is usually rigged with poles, tent pegs, and guy lines. … Continue reading

How To Prepare For Storm Season | episode 145

Click here to view the original post. How To Prepare For Storm Season | episode 145 How To Prepare For Storm Season | episode 145 http://www.survivalpunk.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Storm-Preparedness.mp3 Download   This week is a solo episode on preparing for Storm Season. Spring and summer means thunderstorms and tornados to many.  Unlike the zombie, apocalypse storms are real and … Continue reading

RIP “Weaponsman”

RIP “Weaponsman”

Click here to view the original post.A sad day for multiple communities. Here’s a family member’s thoughts. _______ Kevin O’Brien I’m sorry to have to tell you all that my brother Kevin O’Brien, host of this blog, passed away peacefully this morning at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Let me start with some housekeeping. … Continue reading

Patriot’s Day

Click here to view the original post.‘Tis Patriot’s Day. Sure, I have a couple things I need to do today but none will be as meaningful as a trip to the range. The price of liberty is eternal….marksmanship practice. Anyone needs me, I’ll be at the Deer Creek range putting metal into the air.

Ten Concealed Carry Mistakes

Click here to view the original post.(Doesn’t look like a concealed carry mistake, but I couldn’t resist 😉 )   The following list of ten concealed carry mistakes will hopefully get those of you who carry a handgun – thinking and doing something about it… Feel free to add you own considerations to the list… … Continue reading

Shoot Like a Sniper: Simple Tips to Hone Your Marksmanship

Shoot Like a Sniper: Simple Tips to Hone Your Marksmanship

Click here to view the original post.  ReadyNutrition guys and gals, this article is presented in the hopes of giving you a method for being able to practice your marksmanship both on the cheap and (logistically) under “friendly” surroundings.  There are a host of different air rifles to choose from.  I must state there has … Continue reading

Indonesia Elections. An Islamic Threat.

Indonesia Elections. An Islamic Threat.

Click here to view the original post. Right now the Australian government is sanctioning genocide in West Papua committed by the Indonesian government. Now there is an election in Jakarta with one of the candidates being pro Islamic. Indonesia has always posed a threat to Australia, but if Indonesia becomes a strong supporter of Islam, … Continue reading

Why You Should Plant Fruit This Year!

Why You Should Plant Fruit This Year!

Click here to view the original post.Why You Should Plant Fruit This Year On the Homestead Austin Martin “Homesteady Live“ Audio in player below! Going on 6 years of homesteading, I have learned some big lessons. Don’t get goats. Infrastructure is king. Don’t buy livestock on craigslist. But of all the lessons learned, one of … Continue reading

Govt warned must transform UK national grid

Click here to view the original post. Tamsin Cooper – Green Alliance Director A new report from think tank Green Alliance warns that the UK Government needs to help the country’s power system catch up with the growth of electric vehicles and solar by transforming the UK national grid. At present, the UK national grid … Continue reading

North Korea to use Chemical and Biological Weapons Against the US

Click here to view the original post.Too many Americans are completely detached from the horrors of war as the US has enjoyed an unprecedented period of peace within its continental borders.  The ability to not know

Personal and Family Preparedness.

Personal and Family Preparedness.

Click here to view the original post. Personal and Family Preparedness. Personally I don’t see one thing as being more important than another. There is no point in prioritising shelter if you are unable to protect & defend. But for the purpose of this article, I will start with my home & work my way … Continue reading

Comic Con star yearns for Bora Bora

Comic Con star yearns for Bora Bora

Click here to view the original post. Smile – you are off the grid “Stranger Things” fans gave Millie Bobby Brown — the 13-year-old breakout star of Netflix‘s sci-fi series — pure and unmitigated rock-star treatment on closing day of this year’s Indiana Comic Con.  highlights of the session – she yearns for an off-grid … Continue reading

3 Things to Always Have with You

Click here to view the original post.3 Things to Always Have with You This is not a post about how to build an appropriate bug-out bag. Rather, it’s about what you should have with you at all times. Wherever you go, it goes with you in the same way you always have your wallet and … Continue reading

Water from thin air

Water from thin air

Click here to view the original post. Omar Yaghi and his metal-organic models Scientists have created a device that can literally extract water from the air using solar power.  Solar Water could revolutionise off-grid living which currently requires a natural water source to be viable – even if its just  rain. This device could one … Continue reading

How to Start a Fire with Firesteel and a Knife

Click here to view the original post. Using firesteel in a survival or emergency situation can be tough. Here’s how to properly use a ferro rod and knife to start a soul-warming, life-saving blaze – every time… Here’s What You’ll Need:   First, you’ll need some REALLY DRY tinder (this is the fine stuff) because … Continue reading