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How to Live off the Grid

August 21, 2018 Home and Garden

Living off the grid means living without connections to sewer, water, and electrical lines. It also often entails living a minimalist lifestyle, reducing waste, and spending only on necessities. To pr...

How to Prepare for a Drought

August 20, 2018 Home and Garden

Droughts are prolonged periods of less-than-average rainfall. They can last from several weeks to years, causing significant hardship due to lack of water for drinking, cleaning, and watering crops. I...

How to Build a Low Cost Home Gym

August 19, 2018 Home and Garden

Expert Reviewed Between costly gym memberships and expensive equipment, it seems more and more that exercise is becoming some sort of privilege. There is also the pressure to make any home gym as fan...

How to Live without Electricity

August 17, 2018 Home and Garden

Whether you are passionate about 'getting off the grid' or simply know that you are going to have to deal with a power outage in the near future, you are going to have to know how to live wi...

How to Make Your Own Gasoline

August 16, 2018 Home and Garden

Gasoline has become a necessity for most people. However, gas is becoming expensive, so more and more people are interested in making their own gasoline. How? Read on to find out how to make gasoline ...

How to Prevent a Robbery

August 15, 2018 Home and Garden

In today's tough economy, home invasions are sadly becoming more real. People are losing their items, and many may never see them again. If you don't want your house robbed, this guide will ...

How to Install a Swag Hook

August 15, 2018 Home and Garden

Swag hooks are often used to support plants and light fixtures that hang by a chain. Installing a swag hook can be tricky, but here's what you need to know how to do it right and ensure that it s...

How to Fix Sinkholes

August 14, 2018 Home and Garden

Expert Reviewed Sinkholes develop when soft rock underground—e.g., limestone, gypsum, or other carbonate rock—wears away over time. This is known as “karst” terrain. Eventually, the unsupported sedim...