Bethany Hayes

Bethany Hayes
Bethany Hayes is a mother of three kids who has a small, suburban homestead. When she isn’t homeschooling or gardening, she might be focusing on building up their homestead or preserving the harvest.

15 Things to Stockpile for the Next Earthquake

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An earthquake is a scary experience. While mild earthquakes typically don’t do too much damage, severe earthquakes can cause structural damage to your property. They can also knock down infrastructure and eliminate power from your neighbors. If you want to prepare specifically for a blackout, take a look at these …

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16 Things to Stockpile for the Next Blackout

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Major blackouts are more common now than ever before. Most of us have experienced a blackout for a few hours. A blackout is a power outage that can range from a few hours to months. They might happen because of a major storm, a hurricane, a transformer blowing, or other …

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67+ Bartering Items for Post SHTF

Once the SHTF, you will realize there are things you need that you don’t have on hand. Paper money may not hold any value at this time. Rather, you need to have items or skills on hand that you can use to barter with others for your essentials. Even those …

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44 Excellent Bug Out Bag Food Suggestions

A lot articles tackle bug out bags and casually mention we should all add food to them. However, all of them fail to talk in depth about this aspect. A Bug-Out-Bag (BOB) is the term we use to describe the bag or kit that contains valuable food and tools necessary for …

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