Dirt-Cheap Survival Retreat: One Man’s Solution

The standard survival retreat advice has always been to find a remote place in Idaho or Montana, with at least 20 acres, a 2,000-square-foot log cabin and a bunker underneath, a barn, pastureland, and a stream running through the property. But how many of us can afford such a spread without a crippling mortgage? If you can’t make the hefty …

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This Week On The Homestead

In Uncategorized by M.D. Creekmore

I spend a large part of this week getting my new FREE course ready for you all.

As you know I make my full-time living blogging and online and it’s great. No job, no boss, and I can earn as much as I willing to put in the time to earn all right from my homestead. Being self-employed is one the if the most important part of being a successful homesteader.

And because that’s so important I put together a FREE course to show you how to do what I do. It’s a seven-part course on blogging and you can sign up for it here – Learn How To Launch A Successful Blog!

This Week On The Homestead

In Uncategorized by M.D. Creekmore

Well, folks here we are another week on the homestead and another week working and prepping towards our goal of becoming more self-reliant. Nothing beats the feeling of doing something with your own two hands when knowing that the end result will be that you are less dependent on others. And that is the goal here at MDCreekmore.com and that …

118 Uncommon Uses for Vinegar, Baking Soda, Coca-Cola, Fabric Softener Sheets and Paper Towels

by John M Household and Kitchen Hacks – 118 uncommon uses for Vinegar, Baking Soda, Coca-Cola, Fabric Softener Sheets and Paper Towels…When it comes to grocery store products, vinegar is liquid gold. People have been using it for ages – and not just for cooking and preserving foods. Vinegar’s versatility is virtually unmatched; there are literally hundreds of potential applications. Aside …

A Homemade Mosquito Trap that Really Works!

A homemade mosquito trap that really works! By hze1955 Items needed: 1 cup of water 1/4 cup of brown sugar 1 gram of yeast 1 2-liter bottle HOW: 1. Cut the plastic bottle in half. 2. Mix brown sugar with hot water. Let cool. When cold, pour in the bottom half of the bottle. 3. Add the yeast. No need to …

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