Guide to Dumpster Diving

Dumpster diving simply means that you are searching through trash for something useful which can be any number of things. When the SHTF there are going to many people needing to dumpster dive just to survive and there is a very good chance that you will need to too. It’s strange but when I was growing up a dumpster was nothing more than something that was filled with stinky garbage that was no good to…

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[Product Recommendation] iStorage DatAshur USB Secure Encrypted Flash Drive

The iStorage datAshur is an easy to use and affordable USB flash drive, employing PIN code access with military grade AES 256-bit hardware encryption. The datAshur incorporates a rechargeable battery allowing the user to enter a 7-15 digit PIN onto the on-board keypad before connecting the drive to the USB port. All data transferred to the datAshur is encrypted in real-time with the built-in hardware encryption engine and is protected from unauthorised access or if…

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22 Old Wives’ Tales That Turned Out to be True

Everyone of us have heard the various old wives’ tales that we are told from our mothers, our grandmothers or our friends. Well as it turns out, there is actually truth in some of them and today we want to share the old wives’ tales that we know to actually be true. Now obviously, not all old wives’ tales are true of course. Money spiders don’t bring money and itchy palms won’t make you rich…

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Using Plantain as a Healing Herb

Plantain is actually considered a weed by many gardeners but is actually a herb and it thrives in compacted soil, growing from cracks in the sidewalk and can be found in lawns around the world. What many gardeners do not seem to understand is that this so called “weed” actually has many health benefits. These “weeds” have been used for centuries for both food and as a healing herb to heal all kinds of things…

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Hiker in Maui Found Alive After 2 Weeks

Amanda Eller, a 35-year-old yoga instructor who had been missing for over two weeks in the Makawao Forest Reserve on Maui, Hawaii, has miraculously been found safe. On Friday evening, helicopter search crews spotted Amanda Eller lying in a stream bed in good condition. ‘THEY DID IT!!! #findamanda Amanda Eller has been found alive! After 17 days lost in the steep jungles of East Maui, the never-ending determination & steadfast faith of THESE and HUNDREDS of volunteer…

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