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That quality which makes a plant a weed is in the eye of the beholder. Where one person might see only an overgrown flower bed, another might see the makings of a decent salad. Frank down the street is probably tearing his hair out trying to get all the nettles out of his garden, while […]
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Every year about this time, Amazon Prime Day pops up with promises of huge savings. From my experience, yes, you can find some amazing deals, but for the most part, the products aren’t things that I want! “Save 80% on this package of a dozen hot-pink Sharpies!” Fabulous — except I can’t really use hot-pink […]
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The secret to learning any skill, whether it is knitting, sewing, making furniture, or canning, is to start small. I was canning plain fruit and making simple freezer jam long before I felt brave enough to attempt jam in canning jars. This is only my second year canning jam, but I’ve found it isn’t nearly […]
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It’s so easy for the hot, lazy days of summer to just sort of run into each other in a haze of heat and laziness. Then the day arrives when it’s time once again to get the kids ready for school, and we ask, where did the summer go? If your prepping goals have taken […]
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Time for another haul of great prepper to prepper survival tips. This time, though, the ladies are in the spotlight: the moms, wives, and daughters that make the survival world go round. Here are some fantastic pieces of advice just for you, from hair to aprons to car repairs.   Lisa San: “I’d say the […]
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A heat wave is about as predictable in the summer as the presence of watermelon at farmer’s markets.  If you live in an area that doesn’t usually experience high temperatures, you may find yourself and your family in danger of heatstroke.  As a lifelong desert rat, here are a few tips to help you stay […]
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Summer is upon us and that means summer items are now available everywhere you look. As you have no doubt noticed, some items are only available during certain seasons, and if you miss the opportunity to get those when you can, you are faced with either waiting until next year or possibly buying them online. […]
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Whether you and the family are traveling to visit relatives, day-tripping to the beach, or going on a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, traveling together can have its ups and downs. My own family has traveled more than 15,000 miles over the past year, all cross-country road miles, so I’m somewhat of an expert on the subject. Another […]
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Summer vacation is starting! Summer camps can cost hundreds of dollars a week. As great as those experiences can be and as much as kids can learn, the cost adds up fast. After several summers of my kids complaining about having to get up for camp, mine are only signed up for a few day camps […]
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Sunburn happens. If you have very fair skin, it can happen year round, but for most people, sunburn is an annual summertime event, despite their best intentions to avoid it! Avoiding sunburn by using sunscreen, covering up with long sleeves and a hat, and staying out of the sun during the sunniest of the day […]
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