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Apples just seem to overflow here at our homestead. And thankfully so! They are an excellent staple to have on the pantry shelf, easy to can & put up and best of all…delicious! If /when the SHTF, comfort foods will Read More
The post Stock Your Pantry From Scratch: Homemade Apple Pie Filling by Lisa Barthuly appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
Maintaining your core body temperature is critical in a survival situation. Hypothermia can set in even at relatively mild temperatures. A fact that is often lost on many people is that heat is energy and cold is merely the absence Read More
Halls decked with holly, a fresh pine adorned with hundreds of lights and glass ornaments, and scented candles spreading cheer — it’s a recipe for disaster! At this time of year, holiday fire safety is a major concern. In fact, this Read More
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Five Herbs for Emotional Support Post Emergency The experience of dealing with an emergency situation can leave you feeling shaken, drained, and upset. Stopping long enough to go through the familiar motions of making a cup of tea can give Read More
Happy Hannukah! Merry Christmas! And a Joyful New Year! The Survival Mom has teamed up with Earth Easy, Flying Circle Bags, and Pelican to put together a great giveaway for the holiday season. Pelican Flashlights has donated one of their Read More
We are surrounded by wilderness here on our Idaho homestead. We spend as much of our free time as possible outside and adventuring. What do our adventures consist of? We live a very traditional life out here so a lot of our Read More
The post Wilderness Survival Series: Practicing Survival Skills As A Family by Tammy Trayer appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
To far too many people, being “prepped” means accumulating piles and piles of stuff, much of which various so-called experts insist you carry with you at all times. Some of those folks apparently feel you should never leave the house Read More
The post What’s in YOUR Wallet? The Art of EDC (Every Day Carry) by Jim Cobb appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
When it comes to selecting a bag for an emergency kit, many of us veer in the direction of tactical looking backpacks, or any type of backpack at all. And, it’s no wonder. A good backpack will have multiple pockets Read More
The post 16 Non-Traditional Containers For Your Bug Out Bag/Emergency Kit by The Survival Mom appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
Prepare even the youngest kiddos for common emergencies with online tools and resources! Rather than mom-to-mom wisdom, I’m sharing a compiled list of online tools and resources you can use to help you prepare your little ones mentally and physically Read More
So, you think you have everything that you need in your preps? Think about this … After the apocalypse (or whatever scenario happens) and things settle, you might start getting comfortable with your food, water, and security. Then, you might Read More
The post Sex after the apocalypse? When there is no birth control … by Sarah Anne Carter appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
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