Thrift Store
01 Apr 2013 by
Filed in Financial Preparedness
  I took some time last week to have a friend tag along with me at my local thrift store.  Hopefully you'll find some great ideas and tips with this video. (Also be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you never have to miss or delay the viewing of our educational videos. We've got several more that we are in the process of editing now. One thing that I'd appreciate you NOT saying is "my thrift store's too expensive" or "there aren't any thrift stores in my area" etc.  (I really...
26 Mar 2013 by
Filed in Preparedness
    Copyright 2013 Preparedness Pro    Zaycon Sausage Links--more than 300 in each box      After doing a full review of what I thought of Zaycon's newest product, their sausage links, in yesterday's article I thought that I'd better give you step by step instructions on how to CAN said links. However, as noted in yesterday's article, I discovered that I could easily can the links raw as well as the innards raw.  As a result, since I have dreams of rows and rows of canned ground sausage that...
25 Mar 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
  Copyright 2013 Preparedness Pro        Over 300 sausage links in each package   This article will be presented in two parts as this first section is a review on Zaycon’s new product, their sausage links, which will include the results of my canning experience of this sausage product and then tomorrow you'll see all of the detailed canning instructions. Yup, I’ve already ruined the best part of this gripping tale of mystery—hee hee—yes, you CAN can sausage.  Since I’ve already provided you...
14 Mar 2013 by
Filed in Clothing & Shelter Preparedness
  I've got fire!   The "perfect" fire. Isn't that something that we all want if we're going to go to the effort of building one? To me the perfect fire entails one with minimal smoke, one that is burning efficiently enough that I hardly have any ashes left over, and of course, one that puts out plenty of heat.  And that's exactly what I'm going to share with you today.   I remember tuning in to the first episode of the Season 3 of “Survivor”.  The show was still rated one of the most watched...
12 Mar 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
  Wilted Celery                       All Rights Reserved 2013 Preparedness Pro   There’s not much that I dislike more than spending money on produce only to have it go bad before I get a chance to use it.  I don’t just view it as food going to waste, but also the money and the time it took to obtain it.  So today I’d just like to share a couple of tips to help you extend the life of your food.  I like crisp celery but nowadays it seems that every time I purchase it, it becomes limp and...
05 Mar 2013 by
Filed in Mental Preparedness
It’s time for a challenge, a REAL challenge. Last year I gave a list of suggested challenges that a person could choose from and then offered two kick-butt prizes to those who participated and were accountable for taking on a challenge (A Humless Solar Generator and a Be Young Essential Oils Pack) but this year I decided that I wanted to put the spotlight directly on a couple of very specifically designed challenges throughout the year in which I will also personally participate right there...
28 Feb 2013 by
Filed in Food Preparedness
Today we’re going to take another look at beans and all of the GREAT things that you can do with them. I’m so enamored with the bounty of bean possibilities that I’ve set out the past 6 months to ensure that I have several hundred pounds of a variety of beans as well as an assortment of more than 40 different kinds of beans that I can grow which will provide me with endless possibilities of this staple thanks to my ability to acquire organic, non-hybrid, non-gmo beans. (I’m not sure that we’...
21 Feb 2013 by
Filed in Spiritual Preparedness
I have often shared that part of the reason why I do what I do is because I just can't handle the thought of millions and millions of people needlessly suffering when just a little bit of guidance, encouragement or support could have made a difference. My entire life is seasoned with the various answers to those prayers that I've offered--answered in the form of the right person at the right time to say or do the perfect thing.   I realize that it may seem like all we do on this site is shed...
19 Feb 2013 by
Filed in Preparedness
Yes, I'm still alive and NO, Big Brother hasn't shut us down. hee hee   I've received several e-mail inquiries regarding the lack of recent posts.  I had a death in my family two weeks ago which required me to drive cross country in order to make the funeral in time. The trip was really rough on me physically as I'm still dealing with Fibromyalgia and a couple of other issues. I was in such a hurry to get out the door in time that I failed to bring everything I needed to stay on top of those...
01 Feb 2013 by
Filed in Physical Preparedness
In short, the answer is yes.  I have received some e-mails over the past year from persons mistakenly believing that the defense should be in “like kind” of the attack—meaning that a fist should be fought back with a fist and a knife should be fought back with a knife.  I don’t know whoever made up such a nonsensical rule.  Is this some kind of a ridiculous gentleman’s rule or something like that?  Does that mean that if I don’t have a knife that I’m not allowed to fight back?  Such a thought...

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