Civil War Household Tips Worth Knowing

Prepper's Will - Civil War Household Tips Worth KnowingThe United States civil war was a difficult time for our country and people back then didn’t have the luxuries we enjoy today. Even tough times were harsh and they couldn’t run to the corner market to get simple things such as cough syrup, they had the knowledge to make their own. Some of their household tips deserve to be resurrected and passed on to the new generations.

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How To Build A Travel Bug Out Bag For Voyagers

Prepper's Will - How to build a travel bug out bagI travel a lot and even though some of my work projects happen near my home state, others will take me abroad in unknown areas. If you are preparedness-minded and you happen to travel due to various reasons, you should consider building a travel bug out bag. One that complies with various federal and international restrictions.

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Tracking Techniques Learned From Our Ancestors

Prepper's Will - Tracking TechniquesOur forefathers used many skills to survive. Tracking or “reading sign” is one of the ancient skills they left us. Some of their tracking techniques and knowledge can be found today in many army field manuals. Even though today we rely on modern technology for tracking and surveillance, their knowledge will become useful when technology fails.  

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Potential Bug-Out Locations You Need To Know About

Potential bug-out locations you need to know aboutIf disaster strikes and you need to bug out, in order to survive without facing the less desirable elements of society you would need to have access to a large tract of roadless land. As you will see from this article, in our country, there are many potential bug-out locations that provide many thousands of acres of uninhabited wilderness.

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Bartering After An Economic Collapse

Prepper's Will - Bartering after an economic collapseIt took just a few weeks for society to collapse after the stock market crashed. Bank accounts were frozen, cash was a rare sight and it was pretty much useless, stores were looted and home invasion was a daily reality. Only a few people can remember what happened during the Great Depression and for most of them, bartering was the only salvation.

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Eight Survival Myths That Will Get You Killed

Prepper's Will - Survival Myths that will get you killedYou can see more and more people wearing a paracord survival bracelet. You hear them talking about survival and prepping as they’ve seen it on TV, movies or after reading about it in various magazines. However, what the media transmits to the consumers does not reflect what true survival requires and this is how survival myths were born.

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Eight Tips for Homesteading Success

Prepper's Will - 8 Tips for Homesteading SuccessPeople end up back on the land for many reasons. Contrary to popular belief, homesteading requires a lot of hard work and passion. Many people think that today’s technology will make things a lot easier, and somehow you will not have to work hard if you decide to start on this path. While it has its place, technology is not all that it takes for homesteading success.   

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How To Find And Use Soap Plants

Prepper's Will - How To find and use soap plantsAs functional members of our modern society, we are somehow accustomed to take things for granted. We become dependent of stores and the items we buy. Soap is one of the many items that we take for granted. If stores would stop selling this item tomorrow, we would have no clue how to make do without it. Luckily for us, there are soap plants that we can use as substitute when soap runs out.

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10 Preparedness Skills You Should Master For Self-sufficiency

Prepper's Will - 10 Preparedness skills you should master for self-sufficiencyToday, in our modern society we are all some sort of specialists. While we are good at our jobs, we don’t invest energy in learning new things such as preparedness skills. There is a false feeling of knowledge that is spreading due to the information available in the online world. We think we know a lot about how the world is functioning, but in reality we don’t know anything. Just because we can Google about how something works or how is made, that doesn’t mean we know how to act upon that information.

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