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Ted Woodworking Review: Is This Program Right For You

Do you ever want to learn how to make wooden furniture or other woodworking projects without spending a lot of time and money? Are you interested in pursuing woodworking business with your creative ideas? If yes, then there is something out there for you. Carpentry and woodworking have become famous for some years now. However, in the real world, people experience difficulties in completing such projects because they lack detailed plan and instructions. For simple projects, the internet has a lot to offer. But for large and complex wood projects, you need something that can help you do the job in a comprehensive and step-by-step process from the start up to the finished product. That is where Ted Woodworking comes in. If you have the determination and the right set of tools, the Ted Woodwo...

EZ Battery Reconditioning Review: Is This Program Right For You

What is EZ Battery Reconditioning? The EZ Battery Reconditioning is a downloadable eBook that contains informational resources explaining how to recondition several types of batteries. The main goal of this product is to help you with extending the battery life of your electronic products to save hundreds of dollar in years. Who Created this EZ Battery Reconditioning Product? Let’s see who is behind this product. The EZ Battery Reconditioning Product was invented and introduced by Frank Thomson and Tom Ericson. These two have created this program after figuring out that batteries can be reconditioned which can be of significant savings after all. This informational product has been created based on the knowledge and expertise of Thomson and Ericson. How Can EZ Battery Reconditioning Help Y...

Doogee S90 Pro: Modular Rugged Survival Smart Phone

DOOGEE releases another entry to its rugged phones lineup. The all new DOOGEE S90 Pro comes with an increase in performance, better modularity, increased battery life, and runs on the latest Android v9.0 (Pie). Doogee S90 Pro Specifications CPU: MediaTek Helio P70 with Mali-G72 GPU RAM: 6Gb Storage: 128Gb on-board (~100Gb useable) Screen: 6.18″ FHD+ (2246 x 1080px) Battery: 5050mAh Dual-SIM tray (2x NanoSIM or 1 NanoSIM + 1 microSD) Camera: 16+8MP rear, 8MP front Other notable features: NFC, wireless charging, modular interface on rear, two dedicated buttons Survival Toolkit For Adventurerrs, they have provided everything basic you need to survive in the wild. These include the most used instruments including a compass, gradient checker, picture hanging tool, air quality checker, barometer...

Freeze Dried Foods and Dehydrated Foods – What’s the Difference ?

Everyone has heard of dehydrated foods. It’s the simplest and least-expensive way to store food for longer periods of time; it’s something that’s more affordable for families to do at home–if they can afford to spend the time preparing and dehydrating foods for emergency food storage. But what of freeze-dried foods? To some people the term may be completely new, or sound familiar but unsure of the definition. Some may have even tried freeze-dried food without even realizing they have. If you have had “astronaut ice cream” before, then you have tried freeze dried food. When gathering food for emergency food storage, hiking, camping or other similar reasons, it is good to know the difference between these two types of prepared food storage. Not only will k...

10 Life Lessons We Can Learn From Our Past About Self-Reliance

Our modern society is highly dependent upon we’ll call the “system.” Not only do we rely upon utility services to bring us electricity, water and natural gas, but also on an incredibly complex supply chain which provides us with everything from food to computers. Without that supply chain, most of us wouldn’t know what to do. This situation is actually becoming worse, rather than better. When I compare my generation (I’m in my 50s) to that of my children, I see some striking differences. In my generation it was normal for a boy to grow up learning how to do a wide variety of trade skills from his father, and seemingly everyone knew how to do basic carpentry and mechanic work. But that’s no longer normal. If we extrapolate it back, we can see that my father’s generation knew even more – and...

Five Dual Purpose Livestock For Your Homestead

There are many factors to consider when choosing the right livestock for your homestead or small farm. Depending on where you live, growing large amounts of food and raising animals can be challenging, especially in an urban or suburban setting. Though homesteading is becoming a growing trend, the rising cost of land and property taxes makes it impossible for many homesteaders to buy a piece of property large enough to contain all the animals they want to raise and crops they want to grow. Nonetheless, returning to a simpler way of life on a small plot of land doesn’t mean you can’t have livestock to provide your family with fresh milk, eggs, meat, and wool. Even the smallest plots of land can support a few carefully chosen animals with dual- or triple-purpose. Here are five amazing breeds...

First Aid Survival Tips, Skills And Knowledge When You’re 70

Being weak, small or old is not necessarily a weakness in a disaster situation if you have enough knowledge, skills and the proper mindset to survive. Skills and knowledge take time to acquire, and so is the mindset that makes you strong and able to survive when the world around you is falling apart. Knowledge is a supply that you can carry with you freely. It doesn’t weight anything and it can’t be stolen. If you want to stay safe, you need to know how to stay healthy and deter those people who think you’re too weak to protect yourself. Read this article for a bunch of helpful tips that will help you stay safe and sound in time of need! First Aid Survival Tips for Seniors Knowing how to recognize and treat common sicknesses and injuries is a skill that any prepper should master. Being a s...

20 Things You Can Do Today To Prepare For Tomorrow

Every day, we all just live to get through the day. Some of us think about tomorrow. Some of us think about “what if?” Some of us are so worried about tomorrow that we forget to live today. No matter what, we should all live for today while thinking about how to make tomorrow easier. Those that prep think about tomorrow, but sometimes life is so chaotic that we forget to stay ahead of the game. We want to prep harder and do more, but we find we don’t have the time. However, you are prepping. Every day. We don’t always think about being ready for tomorrow as prepping, but it is. We get ready for tomorrow to make that day easier. Here are 20 Common Sense Things You Can Do TODAY To Prepare For Tomorrow: 1. Fill the car with gas. Every two days, make a habit of looking at your gas gauge and fi...

GoSun Go The Perfect Survival Cooking Stove

The GoSun Go is a lightweight solar cooker that weighs only 2 pounds for any outdoor activities. It is less than 15 inches long, 7 inches high, and less than 4 inches wide. Designed with hikers in mind, it is perfect for a single meal for one person and it can be fitted into the most backpack. GoSun Go cooks the most meal in about 20 – 30 minutes. All without fire, fuel or gas needed. It cooks water too! It is designed for campers, boaters, hikers, hunters, or individuals who love traveling. For any outing in a group, you may consider getting more than one unit for better efficiency. Powerful and Portable Weighing at only 2 pounds, the GoSun Go is 14.7 inches long by 3.37 inches wide, and 7 inches tall when closed. This means it’s super lightweight and portable for camping or picnics use. ...

How To Use Pine Trees For Food, Medicine And Survival

Did you know pine trees can be used as food, medicine and survival equipment? The pine is one of the most useful trees on the planet, providing food, shelter, medicine and fuel. Knowing how to utilize this versatile resource could someday be the key to your very survival if you find yourself alone in the wilderness. There are many species in the pine family (or genus Pinus), and they can be found virtually everywhere in the world. Food: Many types of pine needles can be used to make a tea rich in vitamin C. Simply steep a handful of needles for 5-10 minutes. The longer you steep them, the less vitamins will remain, so don’t overdo it. It’s important to note that some pine needles are poisonous be sure to avoid consuming the needles from the Norfolk Island Pine (Araucaria heterophylla), the...

9 Survival Skills Our Great-Grandparents Knew

  Our modern society is highly dependent upon we’ll call the “system.” Not only do we rely upon utility services to bring us electricity, water and natural gas, but also on an incredibly complex supply chain which provides us with everything from food to computers. Without that supply chain, most of us wouldn’t know what to do. This situation is actually becoming worse, rather than better. When I compare my generation (I’m in my 50s) to that of my children, I see some striking differences. In my generation it was normal for a boy to grow up learning how to do a wide variety of trade skills from his father, and seemingly everyone knew how to do basic carpentry and mechanic work. But that’s no longer normal. If we extrapolate it back, we can see that my father’s generation knew even mor...

Five Reasons Homesteaders Fail (And How You Can Succeed!)

Homesteading is a really wonderful thing. You raise your own food. You have your livestock. You are well on your way to being self-sufficient. The homesteading blogs and books paint such a great picture of a rosy life. Sure it may be some hard work, but really how hard can it be? People just have no idea! Five Reasons Homesteaders Fail: 1. Disillusionment. You have read the books. You have followed for your favorite homesteading bloggers for months now. Sure, there might be a few hard times. But you are certain this is the life for you! Then you start your first garden. And everything dies or doesn’t produce well. You pick up your first batch of laying chicks. Nine out of fifteen chicks die in three days. You buy a sow and she has piglets. So cute until the mama lays on half the litter. Yo...

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