Newest Digital Newsletter Released to Readers

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Survival Life and its Managing Editor ‘Above Average’ Joe have sent out the latest Digital Newsletter, with food preparation and emergency Valentine’s Day gift ideas. is a non-politically biased source that is geared toward the survival side of prepping.

Survival Life, the leading online prepper community, is sharing featured articles with its latest Digital Newsletter. Compiled by Managing Editor ‘Above Average’ Joe, the Newsletter includes information on early garden starting, cooking food for eating later, and practical Valentine’s Day gift ideas from Patty Prepper.

The main article was written by Joe and focuses on getting a garden going early in the season. It may scare people off, but Joe wrote that certain techniques can help prolong and accelerate any fruit or vegetable crop.

“Starting your seeds indoors will give you earlier vegetables and flowers. The process of germination may seem complex, but just relax and take it step-by-step, and in no time you’ll be the proud parent of some brand new seedlings,” wrote Joe.

Choosing the right containers can keep things practical, and Joe advises the best ways to start a garden with step-by-step instructions.

The Survival Tip of the Day article comes from Joe, and shares 28 different food items that can be easily frozen and kept for long periods.

“Over the years I have come up with some interesting items that you may never have thought could be frozen for use at a later date,” Joe said in the article.

Cheese, pasta, rice, soups, and bread can all get extended life spans out of proper freezing and storing, so Joe talks through the details of preserving each of his 28 suggestions.

The last article from the Newsletter falls in the Practical Prepper category, and was contributed by’s newest writer, Patty Prepper. The piece includes three last ditch Valentine’s Ideas that are inexpensive, and the article is “the foolproof guide to three fancy Valentine’s Day treats you can make in less than an hour for less than $20 each.”

Homemade gifts aren’t only practical, but they mean a lot more to the gift receiver, according to the article. The do it yourself attitude that preppers adopt is beneficial outside of worrying about a disaster, and the same techniques can be applied to a worthwhile gift. is a non-politically biased source that is geared toward the survival side of prepping. Subscriptions to the daily Newsletter brings all of the latest information from straight to readers’ inboxes.

Whether readers need wilderness survival tips or strategies to plan for an urban disaster, covers it all. Well on its way to becoming a preeminent member of the survival blog-o-sphere, is contributing to the conversation and hopes readers do as well.

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