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Ancient wind/solar clothes dryer that still works

Why is it that movie producers who devote much time to every tiny detail, makeup and costumes, fail to get it right when showing a routine task such as washing clothes by hand? In a recent popula

100-year-old way to filter rainwater in a barrel

During our boiling, broiling, blistering drought last summer here in the Missouri Ozarks, water was a topic of conversation wherever we went. Creeks and ponds dried up (some never recovered) and the water table dropped, forcing some neighbors to have their well pumps lowered or to even to have a

How to make soap at home using all natural ingredients

Most people do not know it but the products we use every day for washing, bathing, laundry and house keeping contain a lot of harmful artificial ingredients. When you use soap for bathing, the chemicals in the soap are absorbed through your skin. By using all natural soap you avoid any dangerous

No-Till Vine Patch

You don’t need to till up the whole back 40 to have all the watermelon, squash, sweet potatoes and pumpkin your family can eat. Instead, cut out circles of sod, mulch the area and then watch your garden grow.

Preserve Green Coffee Beans For Long Term Survival Storage

Coffee has been with us for a very long time. Coffee is also a very important part of our lives. During WWI and WWII, instead of going without coffee, people found coffee substitutes. That alone should tell you how valuable coffee is to our modern society. With that in mind, you should find ways

Building a greenhouse from scratch and scrap

Using some scrap material, old sliding glass doors and windows, and as few purchased supplies as possible (cement blocks, wire cloth, 2x4s and roof tin), we built our second greenhouse in early November 2012. Now, in mid-February, the greenhouse provides more than enough greens for our heaping, t

Starting seeds indoors

One of the best diversions to overcome wintertime doldrums is to start trays of garden seeds indoors. Here in the Missouri Ozarks, now is a good time to get growing with all those vegetables that should be started 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Plants that require a longer growing seaso

Boost Website and Blogsite Traffic Through LinkedIn

LinkedIn is not only one of the most popular social networking sites we have today, it is also one of the best platforms for business, as it is where professionals and career-oriented people meet. With this, LinkedIn is a great place to build relationships with people who are really interested in

Combining Traditional Medicine With Natural Healing

Natural medicines made from herbs and plants have been around since the dawn of mankind. The advent of modern medicine has made natural healing less common. However, in recent decades, the interest in natural medicine has been revived. Bear in mind, it is important to work with your physician whe

The Health Benefits of Grass Fed Beef

Grass fed beef is far superior to grain fed beef because it is raised on the diet that nature intended. The diet of cattle can actually change the body composition of the animal, and thus the nutritional make-up of the meat we eat. In addition, the grains they are fed are largely genetica

How to shovel show safely and efficiently

Winter brings a lot of snow. This means shoveling out your car, sidewalk or business front. Many people suffer with painful backs or even heart attacks from shoveling snow. This happens especially in areas which do not see much snow each season. This is how to safely shovel snow....

How Dangerous is Sugar and HCFS? (High Fructose Corn Syrup)

Sugar is consumed by most Americans to the tune of 130lbs a year. That actually breaks down to more than a third of a pound per person per day, a staggering number to say the least. This is one of the reasons that I believe our health continues to decline despite advancements in the medical scien

Tips for Navigating at night time

In the video linked below I mentioned about how the color green is bymost people’s opinions the best color to use when navigating at nighttime.  It allows you not to be seen as well from a distance, it alsois the easiest co

Practical Tips In Improving Wireless Connectivity

Wireless connection has grown in demand in near exponential proportions. Propelled by the continued growth of mobile technology, mobile web development and even mobile e-commerce, businesses now banks on more wireless connections to make their products and services more universally accessible tha

The Pros And Cons Of Fracking

Hydraulic fracturing or fracking as it is more commonly known, is, in a nutshell, a procedure for extracting oil or gas from bedrock. The method involves pumping high pressure fluid into drill holes in the rocks to create fractures and this provides an escape route for the gas or oil. Some rocks
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