The Urban Survivalist. TheSurvivalMom. Family Preparedness in an Apartment Setting by Bernie Carr. SurvivalBlog.com. Survival Cache — The Gear Site for Survival. The Top 50 Survival Blogs! Take the Guesswork out of Prepping. Emergency Preparedness & Food Storage.
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I'm shocked to see some of the prices that are charged for long burning candles sold for survival or emergency preparedness - if you want to buy a dozen or so candles, the cost really starts to add up. Never fear! You can make your own survival candles at home for cheap, using high-quality, long burning soy wax. It's an easy project - the materials are easy to buy and you won't need any specialized tools.
The materials you will need are:Soy wax flakes. DIY Dry Shampoo « Vegan Beauty Review. This DIY dry shampoo recipe will sop up any excess scalp oil, and help keep you lookin’ fab and fresh on those days you need a quick hair pick-me-up and don’t have the time (or energy) for a full-on wash! Cocoa Powder Dry Shampoo What you’ll need: 5 teaspoons of cocoa powder (unsweetened)2 teaspoons of cornstarch5 drops of your favorite essential oil (I especially like peppermint) This recipe is perfect for brunettes. Homesteading and Survivalism Store.