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How to relieve runner's toe using everyday items

By Barker: (NaturalNews) As any serious prepper knows, survival knowledge is just as important as having an extensive stockpile of necessities when the SHTF.

Mobility is also a key consideration, and anything that might slow you down when it's time to make a move could mean the difference between life and death.

So it's crucial to be ready to deal with any difficulties that might arise when you, your family or any group of people are traveling on foot together during a crisis situation.

Rural, self-reliant gardeners remain unfazed by Russia's economic collapse

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Over a short period, Russia has descended into a deep economic crisis. Sanctions imposed by the West over Putin's role in the ongoing Ukraine civil war have contributed to the free fall of the ruble. Its value has dropped more than 50 percent against the dollar, and the price of oil has also plummeted, sending Russia's petroleum-dependent economy into a tailspin.

8 common prepper mistakes to avoid

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Whether it's an earthquake, hurricane, tornado, pandemic, riot, grid failure, terrorist attack or nuclear meltdown, making preparations beforehand can make all the difference, not just for survival purposes, but also for thriving and reestablishing community and order after collapse. It's highly probable that, during any kind of breakdown, all morals are thrown out the window. Unprepared neighbors become desperate and violent in a hurry if they have no food to feed their families and the store shelves are empty.

Rural, self-reliant gardeners remain unfazed by Russia's economic collapse

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Over a short period, Russia has descended into a deep economic crisis. Sanctions imposed by the West over Putin's role in the ongoing Ukraine civil war have contributed to the free fall of the ruble. Its value has dropped more than 50 percent against the dollar, and the price of oil has also plummeted, sending Russia's petroleum-dependent economy into a tailspin.

8 common prepper mistakes to avoid

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Whether it's an earthquake, hurricane, tornado, pandemic, riot, grid failure, terrorist attack or nuclear meltdown, making preparations beforehand can make all the difference, not just for survival purposes, but also for thriving and reestablishing community and order after collapse. It's highly probable that, during any kind of breakdown, all morals are thrown out the window. Unprepared neighbors become desperate and violent in a hurry if they have no food to feed their families and the store shelves are empty.

The survival pyramid

By Natural News Editors: (NaturalNews) (Story by Spudfarmer, republished from DailyCollapseReport.com) As many of us who are preparing for an uncertain future have discovered, trying to prepare to become self-sufficient[1] for an infinite number of scenarios is overwhelming as best. More often it becomes a sort of anxiety provoking undertaking with no end in sight.

It is easy to become so overwhelmed that you just run around buying things you know you will need at some point in the future. A box of bullets here, some canned veggies there, and so it goes.

Natural News declares 2015 the "Year of Self-Reliance"

By Mike Adams: (NaturalNews) Here at Natural News, we're declaring 2015 to be the "Year of Self-Reliance."

This is a year in which we're going to be focused on bringing you the news and practical skills that help you become more self-reliant, prepared for the unexpected and more independent from all the systems that we now take for granted: food, water, medicine, finances, community safety and more.

Natural News declares 2015 the "Year of Self-Reliance"

By Adams: (NaturalNews) Here at Natural News, we're declaring 2015 to be the "Year of Self-Reliance."

This is a year in which we're going to be focused on bringing you the news and practical skills that help you become more self-reliant, prepared for the unexpected and more independent from all the systems that we now take for granted: food, water, medicine, finances, community safety and more.