Living in an 1800s Sod House

Prepper's Will - Living in a 1800s Sod HouseIn 1862, America was in full expansion and Congress passed the Homestead Act, opening up millions of acres for the pioneers. It was a helping hand for the settlers who were encouraged to conquer the Western frontier. All you needed to do to make the land yours was to build a sod house on it, grow crops on it and fight against the old bad luck for five years.

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The Ups and Downs of an Off-grid Life

Prepper's Will - The Ups and Downs of an off-grid lifeAn off-grid life is a goal for many of us and being self-sufficient is what prepping is all about. However, the adjustments to an off-grid life may be difficult for some and if they don’t get used to the routine they will bounce back on the grid. In this article, you will read about the confessions of a family that has been living off the grid since 2001. It provides a big picture of what you should expect if you want an off-grid life.

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All Alone for the End of the World

Prepper's Will - Seeking friend for the end of the world   Hardcore survivalists and preppers cherish the lone-wolf scenario and it goes something like this: The world is crumbling and cities collapse into mayhem. But we, the preppers are well equipped for the end of the world and we are the last chance of humanity since we can withstand anything faith throws at us. Our society is no longer built on everyday trust and neighborly reliance, but do you want to be alone in the end?

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Survival Skills Your Great Grandparents Had That You Don’t

Prepper's Will - Survival Skills your great grandparents had   Our great grandparents were truly survivors and they were able to thrive in challenging times. If we think of our childhood and of everything they had to do, to be self-sufficient, we will realize they had survival skills that, today, we do not have. It is hilarious how we became so addicted to technology and how we forgot some of the survival skills our great-grandparents and grandparents thought us. We now use our phones even for the most basic things, like calculating the tip or learning how to boil an egg. We should look back and learn some of the survival skills our grandparents had.

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