Who are the happy preppers? We are the happy, bacon-loving preppers who camp, fish, hunt, shoot, grow, can, and squirrel away survival supplies for the day when the grocery stores and banks are closed. We are the happiest preppers on the planet!
How to Be a Prepper (and Live Happily Ever After): (June 26, 2015) Being a prepper is not just about hoarding food and prepping gear. Prepping is about combining your skills, hobbies and interests to survive whatever comes your way. Prepare to live happily ever after with us.
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Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever is on the move! Preppers who live in Florida, Texas, Hawaii and Puerto Rico should take note of Dealing with Dengue.
Pretty Little Prepper Lies! Whether lies are secretive, boastful or come from the misinformed, preppers need to be aware and to take a measure of caution before accepting prepping ideas and misinformation. Don't succumb to the pretty little lies from other survivalists, FEMA, the U.S. Federal Drug Administration, or the Centers for Disease Control either.
Do you really need a ghillie suit? Bugging out and blending in with your environment. Stay incognito with bugout clothes that keep the bugs out (cold out, moisture away or heat in): How to pick your bugout clothes.
Mexican Fiesta Food Storage: Plan ahead and your family can dine on tacos, tostadas, enchiladas, and other specialties with Yoder's canned taco filling, home made tortillas, canned beans, olives, corn and even sour cream!
Yoder-Lay-He-Who! Yoder's canned meats have a 10-year shelf life. Try canned sausage, canned hamburger, and canned beef taco filling too!
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Home sweet homestead. 65+ ways of Homesteading with the farm! You don't have to quit your job and move to the country! Start living off the grid now and enjoy your urban homestead. Get started with this list of 50 homesteading skills anyone can try.
Got antibiotics? Here are 19+ natural antibiotic alternatives. Take a closer look at the available natural antibiotics. Prescription antibiotics may not be available when you need them most, so you'll need alternatives. There are many natural, botanical antibiotic alternatives to find in the natural food stores or search easily online. Natural antibiotics can be your first line of defense (before going to the doctor for antibiotic drugs). Natural antibiotics can help you with sinus infections and colds, sore throats, urinary tract infections and ordinary cuts and scrapes. You need only have the knowledge of the right natural antibiotics.
Stash this surprising survival tool in your medicine cabinet: mouthwash! We uncovered 12 strange survival uses of mouthwash. Mouthwash contains alcohol and has many first aid applications and interesting uses in preparedness.
Master List of Prepping Supplies
Alcohol – Even if you don't drink, preppers should stock alcohol: rubbing alcohol for first aid and also spirits for bartering.
Antibiotics – You may not have access to antibiotics from the doctor, so consider the natural antibiotics available to you now.
Antibacterials – Good hygiene is the start of being happy and healthy. Go beyond antibacterial soap and find options.
Antiseptics – Neosporin (or polysporin if you are allergic) are only the beginning.
Axe / hatchet and sharpener for wood chopping. Learn also about the importance of a Pulaski axe.
Blankets – Stock up on both mylar and wool blankets. Mylar is lightweight and helps you retain 90% of body heat (it's essential for you bugout bag). A fire- resistant wool blanket for first aid is a valuable prep to own and ideal for Winterizing your vehicle.
Bleach – 10 Things you should know about bleach before you buy too much. Consider Steramine tablets, right, as a bleach alternative.
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