PREPAREDNESS

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Sowing the Seeds of Survival

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

I decided we would take a small detour on our journey to preparedness to talk about something that is proba...

Preparedness Pitfalls and Potholes

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

As our journey continues, I just simply can't go on without warning you of some of the "pitfalls and pothol...

Food Storage GPS

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Last week, as we continued our journey to preparedness, we discussed the many different options for food st...

Food for Thought

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Some of us may feel we're at the most perilous point of the preparedness journey! What food should you stor...

Portable Pack Preparedness

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Having a backpack or other easily toted supply pack ready for everyone in your family will help you move fo...

Store for Thirst First

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

The other day, I spent the afternoon helping at my daughter's school. I usually carry around a bottle of wa...

Prioritizing Your Preparedness

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Here we are, embarking on our journey to Preparedness! As with any trip, it is wise to have your path marke...

Passport to Preparedness

by Angie Sullivan | Preparedness

Imagine you're headed on a fun and greatly anticipated journey. Maybe you're excited, enthralled by every t...

Food Storage Cooking Made Easy

by Debbie G. Harman | Recipes Preparedness Tips

Shepherd's Pie 3 cups dried potato slices 1 quart mixed vegetables Salt and pepper Paprika Boil potatoes un...

Food Storage 411

by Ashton Kelley | Preparedness

Preparing a one-year supply of food can be expensive and time consuming - not to mention frustrating. But n...