Let’s keep moving forward and preparing for whatever comes. Now that you have purchased or gathered the items crucial to comfortably surviving a power outage, it’s time to plan for the real thing: hours or days with no power.
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Thieves love Christmas. We are often so excited about the holidays and favorite foods and traditions we think everyone is as kind and honest as we are. Nope, as much as we would love that to be true, there are still those anxious to claim our gifts as their own. Do not make it easy for those up to no good.
Now that you have determined the emergencies most likely to affect your family and the area in which you live, it’s time to address those emergencies. Over the next several months we will prepare for a different emergency every two weeks. As we study them, please copy the information and place it in a binder for reference when the Internet is not available.
What have we learned during these recent months of lifestyle adjustments and restrictions? What do we need to improve in our lives spiritually, physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually?
Food storage was often characterized by worldly critics as eccentric — just steps away from building a nuclear bomb shelter under your house and stocking it with guns, ammo and dehydrated rations. The past seven months have proven just how valuable food storage really is and inspired many who previously thought it foolish to begin preparing. We have learned food storage is an individual family need. But, where to begin?