Your Own 72Hr Kit Plan Ebook (Product Review)

Your Own 72Hr Kit Plan Ebook (Product Review)

In the past, I’ve posted articles on how to pack a bugout bag, but I’ve never fully addressed exactly what to put in a bug out bag or, as it’s also known, a 72hr kit.  Fortunately, for both of us, Misty Marsh from Simple Family Preparedness has taken the time to write a “by the

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 12 & 13

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 12 & 13

I’m going to start right here by apologizing.  I haven’t written an article that isn’t a wrap-up since Week 10 and I didn’t even get to a wrap-up article last week.  There’s a reason for missing so much writing, but I’ll warn you that it’s not terribly exciting.  All that being said, let’s see what’s

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 11

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 11

I can’t believe I’m writing another weekly wrap-up post already.  This week seemed to go by way too quick.  There’s good reason for that – I had a lot of fun this week and was quite busy!  Come along and see what I accomplished this week on the Suburban Steader Homestead. This Week’s Milestones Travelin’

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 10

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 10

Wow! Double digit weeks already.  Can you believe we’ve gone through ten weeks – seventy days – already in 2017? Tick, tock, tick, tock folks! Time marches on and you need to make sure you’re making the most of it.  With that thought in mind, come along and see what I accomplished this week on

10 Best Survival Skills for Natural Calamities

10 Best Survival Skills for Natural Calamities

Tomorrow is never certain.  We never know when there might be a dissonance which can disrupt the comfortable nature we are used to on a daily basis. There are many different emergency events which some people prepare for but, unfortunately, most of us tend to ignore. At some point in our lives, we will have

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 09

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 09

This week seemed like both the longest and shortest week yet in 2017.  Work, life and suburban homesteading events abounded here on the Suburban Steader Homestead.  Without further ado, here’s what happened in Week 09 of 2017! This Week’s Milestones Sickness Lingers Longer! Last week I mentioned how the Suburban Steader Homestead was invaded by

3 Ways To Bug Out When SHTF

3 Ways To Bug Out When SHTF

Imagine a situation where the world is going into chaos for whatever reason – natural disaster, financial collapse, whatever.  Bugging in is just not an option because your dwelling is in immediate peril.  It’s time to bug out!  But you have to act fast. What do you do? Bugging out is going to be the beginning

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 08

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 08

If last week was lucky number 7, this week was unlucky number 8!  We got a lot done around the Suburban Steader Homestead but there was also a lot of problems that needed to be overcome.  Come along and find out what happened! This Week’s Milestones Sickness Invades! I mentioned last week that sickness invaded

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 07

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 07

Lucky number 7!  Week 7 of 2017 is already upon us and the Suburban Steader Homestead has been a busy one.  Snow really hosed up our lives for a few days and illness ran rampant through the house.  But, in the end, we made progress towards the end goals of growing our garden and getting

Prepper’s Survival Medicine Handbook (Book Review)

Prepper’s Survival Medicine Handbook (Book Review)

You’re a suburban homesteader.  You know how to raise your own food, protect your land, hunt for your protein, fix just about everything around your home and work with your neighbors to make your world that much better.  But, do you know how to deal with any acute medical emergencies that show up?  Scott Finazzo’s