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. You were supposed to grow crops on it and fight against the old bad luck for five years.

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How to pick the right land for an off grid home

Prepper's Will - How to pick the right land for an off grid homeOur ancestors didn’t need much to survive. With a good piece of land and a little backwoods know-how they managed to live a fulfilling life. Today, picking the right piece of land for an off grid home is not so easy. There are many things we should consider before making this step.

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Homeless Survival Lessons – Good tips for all

Prepper's Will - Homeless Survival LessonsCan you imagine what life would be like if suddenly you lost your house, your bank accounts and almost everything that matters to you? What then? How will you survive being homeless? One thing is certain, it isn’t going to be easy. These homeless survival lessons learned from the less fortunate might come in handy one day.

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The food storage mistakes one should avoid

Prepper's Will - Food Storage Mistakes To AvoidA lot of people are storing food and there are many reasons to do so. If you are going to store food, you need to make sure that the food you store is adequate for the need your family expects. Most people make serious errors when storing food. These food storage mistakes will take a toll on their supplies and many will end up being hungry and dissatisfied.

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Treating wounds with honey and sugar

Prepper's Will - Treating wounds with sugar and honeyTreating wounds using alternative healing methods will become a vital skill when there is no doctor around. Besides providing you with the much needed food, your pantry also holds two items that will help you treat wounds: honey and sugar. These two ingredients are very effective at cleansing and healing traumatic wounds.

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How To Make a Tarp Shelter – 15 Designs

Prepper's Will - How To Make A Tarp ShelterHaving in your survival bag a versatile item like a tarp will come in handy during an emergency situation. It will help you gather water, camouflage your supplies and it will provide a good shelter in case nothing else is available. Improvising a basic tarp shelter can keep your head dry, it will help you conserve heat and it provides a sense of comfort and safety.

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DIY Off the grid Washing Machine

Prepper's Will - DIY Off the grid Washing MachineDoing laundry in the old days was no easy task and it involved heating the water, using a washboard and overall, it was an intense labor. If you live off the grid or if you worry that one day there will be no more electricity, you should learn how to make an off the grid washing machine. This DIY project will show you how cheap and easy it is to make one.

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How To Live Without Electricity – Part II

How to live in a world without electricityWe are a generation that was born on innovation. In a short period of time we became addicted to all the electronic devices that are part of our daily lives. The Internet, the cell phones and our personal computer are all devices that control us. We can’t function properly without them. All these devices rely on a common denominator – electricity. When the flow of electricity suddenly stops, our normal existence will stop as well. We will have to adapt to a new world, a world without electricity.

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How To Live Without Electricity – Part I

How to Live without Electrcity - Part ISooner or later, the power will go off, and chances are it will never come back on. For most of us, the loss of power means the complete loss of normalcy and we will have to adapt to a new world. There are five primary areas that are disrupted if the power goes off and you need to know what to do in order to live without electricity.

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