In this blog, explore all of the various ways to be prepared for an emergency. Disaster preparation has several levels, including financial. Some folks keep cash at home, which is a solid plan. Stashed in a safe, under a mattress, behind a picture frame, or anywhere we might think to keep it. But the caveat… Read more »
I’m happy to be posting my first blog entry on eFoodsDirect, and I thought the topic should be about how I started down the road that led me to caring about such things as food storage. For many people, emergency preparedness is one of those hypotheticals that may never turn out to be necessary. Even… Read more »
An integral part of your food storage arsenal should be the grain mill. These devices allow you to freshly grind up grains, legumes, spices and seeds right when you need them. The shelf life of whole foods is longer than that of ground ones and helps keep the flavor intact, per the Whole Grains Council,… Read more »
Knowledge is Power: Do you know what to do when a disaster strikes? Do you have a plan for when a disaster strikes? Do you have backup contingency plans for what-if scenarios? If you’re not prepared just before or when disaster strikes, you can always expect “panic buying” of food, bottled water, and gas. Because… Read more »
Congratulations! Making the decision to begin your emergency preparedness trek and set up your home and your family for unexpected hardship and disaster is a wonderful thing. You will find that being prepared can really give you peace of mind. The next time you hear about an impending super storm, a financial crisis, a food… Read more »
Knowledge is Power: When it comes to surviving a post TEOTWAWKI situation, there is a very big psychological plus to being with like-minded, survival oriented friends that you can trust with your life. Without these good, close, like-minded friends, survival will be extremely lonely.
Knowledge is Power (KiP): Everyone at one time or another in their lives should have heard of a “72 Hour Kit”. Personally as a disaster preparedness instructor for over seventeen years now, I do not believe in them or teach them in my classes. When any major disaster strikes, there is always hunger and grave… Read more »
Knowledge is Power (KiP) When the time comes for preparing all your supplies for storage, there are three basic ways to store them. This is something that all preppers really need to consider when preparing all their supplies and where to store them. The three ways are: Storage is locations for items that you use… Read more »
As National Preparedness Month draws to a close, I feel compelled to put forth another voice of warning to all those who—for whatever reason—have still done nothing towards preparing for an emergency.
Knowledge is Power (KiP) In this next series of articles, I will be writing on “Knowledge is Power”. The more accurate and informative information you have to gain the “Knowledge” needed in preparing your life and the lives of your family, the better off you will be in a very uncertain future. It is very… Read more »