Author Archives: Jordan London

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Harvey: How To Prep For a Flood

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Harvey: How To Prep For a Flood

As the rest of the country watches Texas and Louisiana begin to recover from Hurricane Harvey, we are reminded of the devastation a natural disaster can cause. Unfortunately, none of us can control storms like Harvey and mitigate its impact. However, we can ensure that our lives and the lives of our loved ones are

U.S. Military Options after North Korean Weapons Test

Even though the country has their eyes on Texas and Louisiana as they recover from Hurricane Harvey, North Korea has recently divided our attention yet again. In the wake of a nuclear weapons test this past weekend, the U.S. has been forced to take another look at the options to respond. There’s no doubt that the majority

The Danger of Hurricane Irma

As summertime begins to dwindle, it’s leaving behind warm days and plenty of sunshine. Those favorites are replaced by the peak of hurricane season. If you live anywhere near the East Coast of the country, then you’re probably aware that Hurricane Irma has its eye on the U.S. Its appearance on weather radars has been

This Vegetable Can Be Used as Livestock Feed

Life on a homestead can be rewarding, yet challenging. You find yourself having to search for alternative and low-cost ways to live self-sufficiently. However, once you’re able to find a solution, you feel a sense of well-deserved accomplishment. You don’t have to rely upon another source for your day to day needs. A part of your

This Survival Bracelet Keeps Rope Handy At All Times

When we’re prepping for a trip into the wilderness, our packing list may vary based on our location and the length of our stay. However, there are certain essentials that we always want with us: food, water, basic medical supplies, amongst some others. Another item we always want on us is rope. It’s such a versatile tool that

How a Wine Box Is Transformed into a Birdhouse

Even though summer is coming to a close in some places, there is still plenty of beautiful weather to enjoy. It’s weather that you, your plants and wildlife will make the most of. Depending on where you live, your yard might actually be a haven for many animals, including birds, that make their way south

How To Evacuate Pets in the Event of a Natural Disaster

Natural disasters are frightening and horrific enough. We risk losing our homes, our possessions and what we deem as “normal” life. The thought of losing family members is additionally scary. You wouldn’t even consider leaving a family member behind in your home as you evacuated and the same should go for your beloved furry family members. Fortunately,

Keep an Eye Out For Hurricane Irma

This time of year is difficult for people who live in states and nations that border the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane season is no joke and it’s only natural to count your lucky stars whenever you get through another year without a major storm hitting you. As Houston and other parts