DIY Sugar Wax Recipe and Tutorial

DIY Sugar Wax Recipe and Tutorial Having tried pretty much every method of hair removal known to man, I have to say this is definitely one of my favorites. It’s also easy to make-you probably have everything already in your kitchen! Sugar waxing is the most gently hair removal process at this moment, used in …

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Build a Cob House with Cob Construction

How To Build a Cob House with Cob Construction Cob is a mixture of sandy-sub soil, clay and straw. It is mixed by crushing the particles together by either dancing on it or using the head of a digger. Historically cob might have been mixed by farm animals who would walk up and down on …

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14 Crazy Ways To Light A Campfire Without A Match

14 Crazy Ways To Light A Campfire Without A Match Being able to start a fire is an essential tool for surviving in the wilderness. When someone in your camping group drops the matches into the river or the lighter gets lost along the way, you may need to know how to start a fire …

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15 Survival Myths that Could Actually Kill You

15 Survival Myths that Could Actually Kill You You might like to think that you have what it takes to survive even the most overwhelming odds. Even if you don’t know all that much in the area of survival skills, you’d make it through, right?  You’re lost, stranded, injured miles from civilization and you might not …

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Beating Bug Bites: Preventative Care and Natural Treatments for Stings and Bites

Beating Bug Bites: Preventative Care and Natural Treatments for Stings and Bites This time of year, most of us find a lot of reasons to spend more time outside than we would in other seasons. Between family camping trips, cookouts with friends and neighbors, and extra time spent tending to our lawns and gardens, it seems …

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Hugelkultur – The Ultimate Raised Garden Beds

Hugelkultur – The Ultimate Raised Garden Beds hugelkultur raised garden beds in a nutshell: grow a typical garden without irrigation or fertilization has been demonstrated to work in deserts as well as backyards use up rotting wood, twigs, branches and even whole trees that would otherwise go to the dump or be burned it is …

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