If you are new to the idea of prepping, likely you are overwhelmed with all that needs to be done to keep your family sustained in the event of an emergency situation. It doesn’t have to be overwhelming if you start slow and work on it little by little. Here are some simple tips to […]
At any given time, the State of Alaska has enough food in it’s borders to last it’s residents five to seven days.One week at the most. That’s not much. According to the Port of Anchorage Alaska’s website, “An estimated 90% of the merchandise goods for 85% of Alaska’s populated areas pass through our facilities. This […]
The Winter Storm Jonas of 2016 impacted our homestead, like many others, with very cold temperatures, snow, and ice that caused a power outage that lasted over 24 hours. Read how we stayed cheerful, warm and cozy with two young kids by preparing properly before the storm even hit and how we made it through […]
There are some simple tips that every homeowner can tackle to ensure their home is safe for everyone who enters. A home that is not cared for could become unhealthy, inefficient and potentially dangerous.
If you have children in your life, you need to read this list! Each child needs his own set of supplies for emergencies; let us help!
It feels so nice to be prepared, right?? I felt that way after I completed my first aid kit project this summer. Then my sister and I started talking about food storage…*sigh*. There went that nice prepared feeling! Our long-term pantry is truthfully rather pitiful. I’m embarrassed to admit it, but it’s true. Building long-term […]