Stephanie, one of our writers here at MomPrepares, started her married life in a large house with three bathrooms. She felt like her possessions and what she had to maintain was controlling her instead of her managing it. After a brutal loss - and five kids later - her family of seven lives in … [Read more...] about How A Family Of Seven Lives In A Tiny House | Podcast 35
As the days grow shorter, food for the woodland creatures becomes scarce. I don't know about you, but I find squirrels to be some of the most entertaining fur-bearers in the forest. I enjoy their antics and find them extremely amusing. I know that as winter creeps in I will end up seeing less and … [Read more...] about Helping Out The Squirrels During Winter
Bartering is not a new concept - it’s been around for centuries. In the past, it was common to find neighbors bartering, to see ads in the paper offering skills in exchange for goods, or vice versa, but today, people are more wary of this beneficial way of living. Bartering is an excellent means … [Read more...] about Bartering Ideas: What Can You Trade With Friends and Neighbors?
If you receive our newsletter you know that several months ago I mentioned giving up traditional shampoos and conditioners in favor of some really basic DIY hair products. I'm now going on six months without buying any hair products and making them all myself. I'm loving how clean my hair feels, how … [Read more...] about My Natural Hair Regimen
Many preppers look for better or more natural ways to care for the hair. There are many natural hair care methods, including the vinegar and baking soda method, honey method, lemon juice and even egg yolk. Then, there is the water-wash method, where you use nothing on your hair at all. I tried … [Read more...] about Natural Hair Care: The Water Wash Method