There are several ways to do this, and I encourage you to practice lots of them so you won’t have to refer to books when the time comes.
Having an efficient and neat storage system would increase your productivity and make life in Minecraft much simpler. Keep your mining tools close to your mines, keep your food in a separate chest from your wood and if you’re good at Redstone, you can even make machines that sort out your items.
The Native Americans are the best example when it comes to survival. These long-lost Native American survival skills have proven there worth over the centuries. Just when you thought you knew it all!
Crab apples, for instance, have healing properties in their raw form. They possess astringents that can be rubbed across cuts and lacerations, causing the wounds to tighten and heal faster. Pine resin, on the other hand, are great antiseptics. They can be used topically on wounds or gargled to clean the mouth. They’re usually found in solidified form within the tree, but you have to melt them first before using. If found fresh and still gooey, you can apply the substance immediately.
Camping is the most essential element of the adventurer’s journey. It can be practiced with your family and friends and is quite relaxing and enjoyable. To be well-trained, it is better to choose an isolated place for camping. Survivalists can also learn about various other activities such as foraging food, finding water, and so on. However, owing to the busy schedule, people do not go camping nowadays. It is helpful when a survivalist goes camping. They get a taste of surviving in isolated places.
If you’re at work 40 hours a week, there’s a 24% chance the next major disaster will happen while you’re there. It’s even higher if you count time spent on the road or time you spend out during the evenings and weekends. Put together a bug out bag ASAP.
Survival Life is the best source for survival tips and gear to make it out alive in a disaster or emergency. A lot of people can start a fire in good weather conditions, but what if the conditions are bad? Learn the two most important survival tools and skills even when not everything is working in your favor.
We’re all so spoiled by the fact that we can throw anything in the trash and a truck will come along every week to take it away. Learn to start reusing items such as plastic bottles, glass jars, and newspapers. Here are a few more ideas.
This works on any tree, but it works better with those with leaves that are directly exposed to the sun. Wrap a plastic bag around the leaves. When the sun forces the water inside the leaves to evaporate, the water will be trapped inside the plastic bag and settle into the plastic bag. With proper positioning, the water will be trapped in a way that you can simple poke a hole through the bag so that the water flows through. You can then keep the water in a container. Note: Make sure your plastic bags are clean. It takes grit and a little bit of creativity, but sometimes knowing unique places to find water will be the difference maker in staying hydrated. Similarly, you can use the same tactic to extract water from plants.
Campers often think that you have to bundle up all the time to protect yourself from the cold. But if you cover up too much even when you don’t need to, you’re likely to sweat inside, which minimizes insulation. As long as you’ve got your extremities (i.e. hands, feet, and head) covered, you can go about in cold environments as long as you’re moving. Reserve those extra layers for when you’re sleeping, because you’re not moving around at all.