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Every winter, we hear horror stories of people who got trapped in their car, or stuck in the snow. No, these aren’t the stories your friends tell of the time they broke their key opening a frozen door, or of scraping windshields with credit cards. Some of these stories have heart wrenching endings. Something as… Read more »


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A few days ago, I was discussing Christmas preparations with a emergency-prep-conscious friend. As we were talking about what we were going to get members of our families, she mentioned that sometimes she feels like it’s a waste for her to give her adult children more stuff that they really don’t need. She wondered if… Read more »


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  There are about three million prepper families in America. It is not necessary to always stay close to home and deprive your children and yourself from the common joys of life. But it is extremely important that you remain diligent and plan ahead for all possible scenarios which could impact your get me home… Read more »


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Workplaces can have many sorts of disasters – earthquakes, fires, floods, workplace violence, terrorism, and more.  It is just as important to be prepared for emergencies there as at home. Most of us spend many hours a week at our work, and an emergency could happen at any time. Company Emergency Plan Larger companies post… Read more »


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Bugging in, that is staying home or close to home in the event of a crisis may make the most sense for you and your family. No matter how much we talk about or prepare for bugging, staying in the home turf is probably going to be the first option for most of us. First… Read more »


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  Bugout bag items need to include all the essentials, yet be light weight and portable. One extremely important first aid item which should be in your bugout bag, purse, and car console is Tea Tree oil. The inexpensive little amber bottles could thwart infection from a small cut or wound sustained during a disaster… Read more »


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For a lot of people, their pets are considered a part of their family. If that is you, you’ll want to plan ahead for anything that will be different for your pet. Of course, some things will be different if you have a cat or dog than if you have a gerbil or a horse,… Read more »


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New 3-Day Emergency Food Kits Announced by eFoods Direct to meet FEMA Recommendation for family emergency preparation FEMA and all government relief organizations are asking Americans to be prepared to take care of themselves and their families for at least three days for any emergency, and eFoods Direct has created a product to help families… Read more »


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When it comes to planning your food storage and other emergency supplies, there are some groups that need special consideration. Can you guess which they are? Today, let’s take a look at some special needs of babies and children. When you have a baby or children in your family, there are things you need to… Read more »