I am very, very concerned that everyone understand the impact the drought in California and other western states will have on our wallets and lifestyle. Now is the time to become more self reliant.
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In the past we have discussed how you may be sabotaging your food storage but there is much more to self-reliance than food storage. To be truly prepared we must consider how we will deal with all emergencies as they arrive, and they will. You could be sabotaging your efforts if...
Having spoken with many survivors and those who have volunteered helping survivors, I have come to understand many are storing the wrong foods in their kits. There are a few criteria to follow when considering what foods you will add to sustain yourself and your family.
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?
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.