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29 Sep 2012 by filed in Financial Preparedness
  Hi folks. I’ve been tracking down some tips that I’ve received over the past couple of weeks. The results of my research have been disconcerting--to say the least—even for someone as prepared as myself. So I thought that the results were significant enough that I should share my findings with all of you. Bottom line, brace for impact at the gas pump and the grocery store registers in October. You’re about to see key grocery prices DOUBLE.   First of all, please stop holding your breath—yeah...
05 Jan 2012 by filed in Food Preparedness
National Geographic Announces The Date of Their Premiere Season for "Doomsday Preppers" Some may have thought it wasn't ever going to return, but they were wrong. Yay! You've heard it here first! National Geographic's Doomsday Preppers is a go! Their first episode of their Season Premiere will be on February 7th, 2012, (That's a Tuesday) at 9:00 p.m. (I'm presuming that's Eastern Time as most shows are advertised as such.) So mark your calendars to tune in. I will be on their second episode...
20 Jun 2011 by filed in Food Preparedness
On the radio show this past Saturday we did a “Best of” replay as it was my 12 year wedding anniversary so I took some time off.However, I don’t believe that I ever provided you folks with the link for the show prior to that one which was on the topic of hoarding.  In this particular show I discussed the realities of so-called anti-hoarding laws, highlighted your rights and freedoms in this regard, and I also shared with you some ways that you can be more careful in keeping your preparedness...
03 Mar 2011 by filed in Mental Preparedness
After the Spiritual Preparedness comes the Mental Preparedness. This is not to say that any one Principle of Preparedness standsalone. Rather all 10 of them work very well together. However, there is indeed an order of prioritization.  Where so many folks believe it just entails food, water, ammo, and gold, a wise prepper will understand that none of that will do a person any good if it’s not supported by the “know how” and the mental fortitude to use it. In her book, “The Unthinkable: Who...
05 Oct 2009 by filed in Preparedness
The second most important aspect of preparedness is your Mental Preparedness. This category isn’t just about attitude, it’s about knowledge as well. Today you will receive some resources for mental preparedness that I have found incredibly useful, all in one article. James Wesley, Rawles, author of www.survivalblog.com To start with, yes, there is an abundance of information available on the internet. However, a word of warning. In order to get the most reliable information for your mental...
01 Jul 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Honey photo c/o Getty My drug of choice?  Well, I could say chocolate, or a Dr. Pepper, or even a sweet kiss from my hubby (those make my knees buckle).  But there’s nothing like a small spoonful of honey to put me in a happy, delicious mood.  Seriously.  Perhaps it’s because each time I steal a taste, I’m not just tasting the substance of honey, but its overwhelming value everyday, and in an emergency.  Honey not only tastes good, but it has numerous medicinal and comfort uses as well.  You...
15 Apr 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Alright.  You keep being told to store wheat right?  But I bet that you’re wondering what the heck to do with it.  I do address different ways you can use wheat in a previous article, and one of those ways is obviously bread.  Let’s face it.  Bread making in our homes is a lost art.  I forced myself to learn for three reasons.   1) I knew that if there was an emergency which required me to live off of my food storage, I darn well better learn how to make bread out of all of this wheat I was...
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