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There are many ways to find more money to put toward food storage. You can buy eFoods Direct food, which is high quality and a good value on a per serving basis. You can also buy only what your family will actually use and rotate your food so none of it is wasted by expiring… Read more »


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Blood Moon – one of those terms that most of us are familiar with but relatively few can actually define. Here…I’ll do it for you. A blood moon is a type of lunar eclipse that occurs when the sun, earth, and moon line up such that the shadow cast by the earth on the moon… Read more »


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If there is an emergency, FEMA will be there soon to help, right? Those who hope or want FEMA to come save them in an emergency during a big crisis are kidding themselves. FEMA couldn’t handle the New Orleans disaster from Hurricane Katrina – it took them forever to get there, and the help they… Read more »


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Springtime is always the time of the year I have the greatest motivation to prepare.  I start going down my “honey-do” list of seasonal cleaning and organization and inevitably this leads me bigger and better changes I want to make to my food storage supply and my family’s disaster preparedness regiment. I realize for many… Read more »


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Power is the ability to act for yourself. When you own your power, there is nothing that can stop you. The problem is, for most of us, that we learned from an early age to give away that power to someone or something else in authority: a teacher, the government or even a philosophy. It is… Read more »


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Last year I wrote about the importance of including plenty of toilet paper among your emergency storage supplies. I’ve set a goal of buying $20.00 worth of extra toilet paper to put aside each month, which usually works out to four $5.00 packages. I say “usually,” because the price of toilet paper has been creeping… Read more »


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Fathers naturally do everything they can to take care of their families. Prepping for doomsday is no exception. It is just one more way that they protect and foster those they love. I want to share some special tips for dads who want to prepare for survival. Of course, although this is geared for the… Read more »


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Preppers are noticing that items they could once stock easily are now in short supply. Some of these items now have inflated prices due to high demand, while other products are hard to get no matter what. If you come across any of the following items, you might want to seriously stock up before things… Read more »