As we reflect on the past year, people I speak with are saying the same thing. They are now learning from their mistakes and urging us to do the same. What have Texans learned from their deep freeze?
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I recently asked family, friends and readers to tell me where they thought they had preparedness needs unmet. I will address those needs in various ways in the next few weeks and months. Today I would like to address one that has been mentioned over and over; power outages.
When we help children understand there is happiness in providing for themselves through work and prudent budgeting, they are prepared to succeed in a world that rewards consumption and excess.
People across the United States are experiencing unusual and severe winter weather and many have lost power or are vulnerable to losing power. As such, we thought it would be appropriate to share the instructions for this DIY Emergency Heater from our very own Joni Hilton.
As you begin your food storage journey or improve on the storage you already have, let’s address one of the excuses I hear: “I can’t afford it”. Yes, you can. You may not be able to build as quickly as others, but you can do this. Here are some tips and tricks from readers just like you.
Today we are facing perilous times. We have experienced a pandemic, civil unrest, and economic difficulties. Many are concerned the future will bring serious economic downturns and inflation—with more difficult times to come. I have been asked repeatedly what can be done to prepare for such a time. This is my answer.