Preparing prevents panic ... Manicure kits, sewing kits, first aid and stain removers top my list of must haves. Simple tools like zip ties, clips and twine might just say you time and a trip to the hardware store. First aid supplies like moleskin for blisters and a single use wet wipe can make… Continue reading Cara fully prepare: the Pink Prepper Purse
I learned that the notches on the Canning pot are measurements for the size of jar and indicate the water fill level.
Whether you are getting ready for the big game in the parking lot or just want to be road worthy for severe weather, these are my must haves for my Fall/Winter UrBIN kit: 30 hour candle Duct Tape Ear Plugs Thermacare body wrap Toasty Toes foot Insole Trash Bag Hot Hands Hand warmer Hot Cans Cocoa a… Continue reading Fall/Winter UrBIN travel kit
Getting ready for the big game or a natural disaster is on the top of my list. I enjoy planned spontaneity, so in preparation for that tailgate here are my 10 items for the cookoff before the kickoff that can prepare your household for an emergency situation. 1. A propane slow cooker to keep the soup or chili warm while off the grid or… Continue reading Tailgating is a gateway to thoughtful prepping: 10 must haves
When it rains it pours... as we learned here are the must have tools to clean up after the storm:
As if the woodash from the burn pile was the parmesan cheese, I sprinkled the eighth layer onto the raised bed. My citywife muscles scream from moving earth, peat moss and mulch for the new gardens, it is a welcome relief to write and think. Bucket by bucket the beds were built from last falls oak leaves, old… Continue reading Potash permaculture
With two bags and a insulated cup I brave my 3.5 mile journey. This story is about preparing for my worst case scenario in the urban landscape for riot, radiation or an EMP attack where I would walk at night or bug out from Market. So walk with me as I gear up an embark… Continue reading Gearing up for my worst case scenario