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10 Water Storage Tips

By Michael B. / August 12, 2019

When it comes to eating and storing food off the grid, there are plenty of tips, tricks, and shortcuts. When there’s a shortage, you can even go without food for a while. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for fresh water, so here are ten things that should always be at the forefront of your […]

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Protein 101

By Michael B. / July 23, 2019

A lot of people hear the word protein and think of bodybuilders and athletes, but the human body needs protein, whether it’s physically active or not. Protein is particularly important for sick or injured people who need to rebuild damaged or weakened tissue and muscles. Proteins are made of amino acids that are folded together. […]

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Choosing Your Perfect Saltwater Reel

By Michael B. / July 9, 2019

While saltwater fly fishing is all about getting good casts and the excitement of the fight, one of your most important purchases (aside from your rod) is the reel. Most reels used in this kind of ‘extreme’ fishing are single action reels. In this case, single action reels are a better fit than multiplier, as […]

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7 Steps To Securing Your Vehicle

By Michael B. / July 5, 2019

The fear and anxiety involved in having a car stolen is immense, and in addition to the panic, the monetary loss is usually huge. It’s true that sometimes a stolen car will be picked up from one location and found within 48 hours at a location two miles away. It’s also possible that your car […]

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Woodworking Series: Developing Your Marketing Strategy

By Michael B. / June 29, 2019

Just like any other form of business, woodworking will require use of the best marketing strategies if you want to reap good profits. Nowadays, plenty of people are advertising their business both online and offline, and there are various ways you can do both. Let’s begin with offline marketing strategies. Offline marketing strategies have been […]

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Composting With Your Child

By Michael B. / June 21, 2019

There are plenty of ways you can go about teaching this process of composting, and any way you choose it likely to be successful (insider secret: it’s not too difficult once you get the hang of it!) but children learn very differently than adults and will require extra attention and effort to figure everything out. […]

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Frequently Asked Questions: How To Clean Your Grill

By Michael B. / May 31, 2019

How do I clean my grill before using it for the first time this season? Don’t worry, cleaning the grill is actually easier than most people realize, and you can usually forego the brushes, dirty sink and elbow grease if you start the day before you need the grill. However, use the following method only […]

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The Poor Man’s Guide To Home Security

By Michael B. / May 27, 2019

Your home is your castle, and your family your greatest asset, so you want to keep everything safe. But if you’ve priced home security systems lately, your checkbook might be hurting a little at the thought. I’m not going to tell you not to buy an alarm system, but if you’re not at a point […]

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Emergency Prep: Civil War

By Michael B. / May 16, 2019

As world leaders beat their chests, make shows of power, and fight for supremacy, conscientious citizens will acknowledge that the odds of a third world war breaking out are high. What many people aren’t aware of is that there’s a even more frightening possibility right around the corner: civil war. Some countries, like Africa, have […]

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The 7 Food Safety Tips You Need In Your Kitchen

By Michael B. / April 25, 2019

Most conscientious cooks use common sense when preparing or storing food. But common sense in food preparation doesn’t just happen- it is learned. This learning happens and when we forget where we learned it, we call it common sense. Here are just a few pointers to refresh and reinforce your common sense as you are […]

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