Meg Stewart

Freelance Writer

Freelance writer & content creator of fiction & nonfiction,
Software go-to-gal for the computer phobic
Farm girl at heart. Current suburban prepper and off-grid wanna be
Single mom of four and "Grammi" to nine grandsons and one granddaughter.
Blogs in her spare time on Medium about parenting, grandchildren, freelance writing, and other topics.

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Recent Work

Survival Sullivan

24 Ways to Maintain Body Temperature in a Survival Situation | Survival Sullivan

O ne of the most important skills to master in order to prepare for a crisis is to understand how critical it is to maintain body temperature in a survival situation. Your body...

Survival Sullivan

The 16 Best Adventure Movies for Preppers | Survival Sullivan

If you're looking for adventure but can't break away to a new location due to work or family constraints, the next best thing is to relax and enjoy an adventure from your own...

The Survivalist Blog

The a to Z Guide to Prepping for an Economic Collapse

Economic Collapse With the state of the world today, one of the things many preppers can agree upon is an economic collapse is likely. With the near collapse of the U.S. economy...

Survival Sullivan

How to Use Snow in Survival Situations | Survival Sullivan

Getting lost in the wilderness can be stressful but there are generally more resources available to you in warm weather than in cold weather. If you find yourself lost in the...

The Survivalist Blog

How to Build a Potato Box for Almost Free

One of the staples for many families is potatoes. They can be used to create a variety of different meals and when stored in a cool, dry place, they have a fairly decent shelf...

Survival Sullivan

How to Turn Your Wheelchair Into a Bug Out Vehicle | Survival Sullivan

Experienced preppers know that bugging out is not the most ideal option for most people. If you are someone who has limited mobility or is confined to a wheelchair for part or...

Survival Sullivan

14 Off-Grid Christmas Gifts for Your Loved Ones | Survival Sullivan

The time of year for gift giving is fast approaching. If you're on the ball, you've already started making the list of people you need to get Christmas gifts for this year. And...

The Survivalist Blog

How to Stockpile and Store Water

Water is truly the life blood for all of us. The average adult can only survive for about 3 days without fresh water to drink. In fact, a loss of just 10% of fluid in your body...

Survival Sullivan

How to Find a Loved One Who's Missing | Survival Sullivan

Chances are at some point in your life you've experienced the panic that comes when a loved one is missing. Parents of young children almost always experience at least one...

Kids and Seniors

The Survivalist Blog

How to Bug Out If You Have Children

When it comes to a SHTF situation, experienced preppers know that bugging out should be a last resort. Yes, there are some preppers out there who believe that they can simply...

Everyday Carry (EDC) Experts

EDC for Kids: Here's What They Should Be Wearing

If you are a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, chances are you are concerned about the safety of the children in your life. As children get older, they spend less time with a...

Survival Sullivan

How to Explain Emergencies, Disasters, and Prepping to Kids

When it comes to our children, we want to do what's best for them and protect them from serious harm at all costs. That's our job as parents, right? To safeguard our kids and...

Modern Survival Online

How to Prepare Your Children for Emergencies, Disasters, and SHTF

The scariest thing you'll ever face as a parent is the moment you first realize you cannot protect your children from every danger in this world. Sure, you can have some control...

Google Ranked 1st Page Posts

Survival Sullivan

Best Security Practices for Living in an Apartment | Survival Sullivan

One of the most important things to consider in today's society is safety for yourself and your family. For those living in an apartment, home security can be more challenging...

Modern Survival Online

SHTF Apothecary- 15 Plants to Grow for All Natural Healing

For anyone with chronic illnesses, it doesn't take long for prescription costs to become overwhelming, especially with recent changes in the healthcare system in the United...

Modern Survival Online

50 Ways to Prepare Your Homestead for SHTF

The truth is although you may get some advanced warning of a SHTF situation, no one will predict it with absolute certainty. There are however some predicted behaviors and...

Modern Survival Online

These 14 Urban Survival Skills are Critical

When SHTF, the most important thing for you to understand is that everything you know about how the world works can change very quickly. Most new preppers do their planning as...