Preparedness

12 Jul 2010 by filed in Preparedness
Sure, I believe that we should love our neighbors, but trusting them with our safety and security is a whole ‘nother matter. The History of Neighbors: You may find it interesting to note that during the Hitler regime, the neighbors of the Jews and so-called “traitors” were the greatest asset to Hitler’s intelligence operations. Hitler used all manner of lies, propaganda, intimidation, and bullying to get regular, everyday citizens to betray their neighbors to the Reich for either being a Jew...
09 Jul 2010 by filed in Preparedness
The purpose of my article today is to help to outline some aspects of mental and physical preparedness that we must take into consideration prior to enduring a serious scenario.  Whether it be an earthquake, a flood, a hurricane, or a financial collapse, there are some consequences which will definitely take place and I feel that it’s important that all persons who desire peace in their preparedness efforts, take the time and the work necessary to prepare for this very important aspect of...
07 Jul 2010 by filed in Preparedness
As most of the readers know I believe that working for oneself is an ideal situation to promote financial strength and to eliminate vulnerabilities. However, I realize that the majority of Americans simply aren’t ready to make such a transition from working for someone else to working for oneself. So today I’m going to address some smart actions that you can take at your present employment in order to help mitigate some of the risks that you actually have in relying on someone else for your...
06 Jul 2010 by filed in Preparedness
In my previous article about essential oils I addressed some of the scientific reasons why essential oils work on our body. Today I’m going to continue that bit of information and also address how best to use essential oils. First of all, I think I should make it clear that essential oils are not oils at all.  They are simply the extraction of a cold expeller process (which IS commonly used for extracting oils.) But essential oils—if they are pure and haven’t been contaminated by cutting in...
29 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
Dear Preparedness Pro Readers, In honor of our nation, and in celebrating our grand constitution, and our independence, Preparedness Pro will be taking the rest of the week off.  We hope that you will take time this week to reflect on our Founding Fathers, and to review the constitution with your families, remembering all of the sacrifice that has gone into making this nation the great nation that it is.  Enjoy your families, eat some great food, and have a great holiday. We'll see you next...
26 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
Summer Pasta Salad I love to be able to make a quick pasta salad with what I’ve got on hand in my pantry.  This recipe isn’t just a “preparedness pantry” recipe, it’s one that I actually crave on a hot summer day. I hope you enjoy it too. 12 oz. of spiral pasta, cooked and drained according to package directions. ¼ cup of coconut oil ¼ cup of red wine vinegar 3 T. of Shirley J Pizza Pasta Seasoning ½ cup of reconstituted dehydrated red and green bell peppers 1/3 cup of reconstituted dehydrated...
24 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
by Kellene One of the things that I teach in our Coupon Training Boot Camp is about price points.  A price point is essentially the price you’re willing to pay for a particular item. For example, when I first began using coupons, my acceptable price point for toothpaste and deodorant was $1.00. I stuck with that price point and I would not deviate from it regardless.  I had to have faith in what I had initially been taught to believe that $1.00 for toothpaste and deodorant was realistic. But...
24 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
The much anticipated list of winners is finally calculated and the results are IN!!! Before we get to the juicy details of who gets to add to their preparedness pantry for the great price of FREE by having their name drawn, I wish to thank our sponsors, Augason Farms, Five Star Preparedness, Shirley J, ChemiSan and Home Storage Basics for being ever so willing to provide the products for our giveaway.  I would encourage you to peruse their websites and see if there are other products they...
23 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
Here’s your emergency drill. Can you handle it? As you know emergencies can never come at an opportune time.  They are always sudden. No music lingering in the background to tell you that they are just about to pounce on you, right? So here you are, having an ordinary day, when some lady on the internet tells you “Ok. It’s time for you to put on your big girl/boy pants and see just how serious you are about preparedness.”  So, are you ready?  Can you commit? Can you lengthen your stride and...
21 Jun 2010 by filed in Preparedness
by Kellene For the past 10 years I’ve been teaching others how to easily use a pressure cooker in their modern-day kitchens. It’s no secret that I absolutely LOVE mine and simply could not live with as much peace of mind without it.  Amidst my classes I frequently encounter persons who have horror stories of how the pressure cooker blew up in their grandmother’s kitchen spraying tomatoes all over the ceiling. I always assure them that such horror stories have a logical reason and need not be...

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