Preppers Top 100 “TO DO” List

I stumbled across this post over on HappyPreppers.com and needed to share it with our readers. I think as preppers we get all too caught up in how we will survive in the future that we often forget about the simple little things that we can be doing now to prepare for it. I will just quickly share a few items from the list and then head over to Happy Preppers to check the full…

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6 Vegetables You Can Grow Indoors

When we purchased our house the only thing that really let it down was the size of the garden. We like to grow as much of our own food as possible so manage as best we can with the garden but also make use of growing vegetables indoors. Here we are going to look at 6 vegetables you can grow indoors no matter the weather or space available. 1. Lettuce Lettuce is super easy to…

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800+ Free Backyard Project Plans

Here at UK Survival Guides we love the word FREE and we are sure that you love it too. Today we want to share with you a link that can open you up to 800+ free backyard project plans collected from the thousands of the Internet’s best. Whether you want to build a small bird house or go for a bigger project such as big yard barns, you’ll find it all here. Just click the…

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How to use a Defibrillator

You may think that using a defibrillator would be a tricky situation but after having the chance to get some hands on expereince with using them, I can safely say that they are actually very easy to use. Not all defibrillators are going to look the same but they all function in pretty much the same way. The machine itself actually tells you what to do with the use of clear spoken instructions so you…

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8 Tips to Reduce Plastic Waste

According to WWF there are eight million tonnes of plastic that ends up in our oceans every year, killing and harming marine life. It has been estimated that 8.3 billion tonnes of virgin plastic has been produced to date. Of that, only 9% was recycled. 12% of that was incinerated with the further 79% accumulating in our landfills or the natural environment. How is this survival? This about the survival of the planet and if…

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