Washing Clothes Without a Washing Machine

In our last post we looked at ways in which we can save money on food. Now we want to take a look at another way of saving money by washing clothes without a washing machine. Or maybe your washing machine is just broke. Either way we are going to try and give you some tips below. We will start off by giving you some simple steps to wash your clothes first and then we…

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Alternative Ways to Open the Can

36 Ways to Save Money on Food

There are a lot of things that we need in life but it seems that the things we need are constantly rising in prices. Because of this, we are always on the lookout for new and creative ways to save. Today we will be looking at 36 ways to save money on food. I want you to forget any old habits when you shop and follow our tips below. 1. Go Value Brand Almost all…

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10 Prepper Websites I Visit Often

As any website owner must do, before writing any posts here at UKSG we do our research and we usually do that by visiting other prepper and survival sites. After all, no single website can hold all of the answers that you need and many have their own takes on certain topics. I am always in search of new information and I do that with the help of a select number of websites that I…

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Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag

How to Reduce the Weight of Your Bug Out Bag

I am sure that by now you have seen those lists that show you upwards of a hundred items that should be in a bug out bag. Some lists even show a lot more. Realistically, do you honestly believe that anyone, no matter how fit they are, could carry all that gear if they ever need to evacuate and head towards their bug out location? Even if you had a rucksack big enough, the sheer…

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Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

Quick Guide to Testing Your Carbon Monoxide Detectors

We have looked at preventing carbon monoxide poisoning here on the site before but one of the main steps of doing that is to actually make sure that your carbon monoxide detectors are in full working order. Carbon monoxide (CO2) is a colorless and odorless gas that can be deadly in large enough quantities. Sometimes a homeowner may get sick and head outdoors for some fresh air which can help but more often than not,…

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