Preparedness

07 Sep 2009 by filed in Preparedness
There's a lot involved in answering that question. If you're in the Utah County area you can attend the Preparedness Pro class by the same name. Sept. 8 at the Pleasant Grove Macy's at 7 p.m. or Sept. 9 at the Orem Macy's. Tell your friends! See you there! (Don't worry out of town folks. We'll be holding a webinar on this topic soon!) Join us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter here To see our upcoming event schedule, click here Check out our inhome-course programs Subscribe to Preparedness Pro...
07 Sep 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Hey Folks! I'll be using my Labor Day break to organize my preparedness supplies. Starting to feel like the plumber who's own sink is leaking with all of the classes I've been teaching. If you are in the area and haven't registered for some of the classes coming up in the next two weeks, you're missing out on 3 of our most called for classes right now. Be sure to call our office at 801-788-4133 and register soon!  Since we have readers from New York to California and from Canada to the UK, I...
03 Sep 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Today we held the drawing for the Preparedness Pro Food Challenge. Thanks to everyone who participated in the blog comments. Kudos to those who actually participated in the challenge as well! There are a total of 12 prizes. We simply entered your name in the drawing for each time you made a comment on the Preparedness Pro Food Challenge topic. Some of you were “very” lucky as your name kept getting drawn. However, in fairness to everyone else, we only permitted one prize per person. (...
02 Sep 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Is there a better way to store fruits and vegetables? Are there better kinds or times to purchase them? Is there one preservation process that’s more nutritious than others? The answers to these questions all depends on what you are ultimately more concerned about. Taste, texture, freshness, appearance (familiarity) or nutrition. What I’m going to provide you with today is simply a rule of thumb as to the hierarchy of the condition of the fruits and vegetables to obtain in terms of nutrition...
31 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Salt and pepper shakers, currency, and microwave touch pads are the enemy—at least if you’re trying to keep your family healthy and well—especially during the flu season. We really do take cleanliness and sanitation for granted, folks.  I think the only reason why some things are on my radar is the result of my time spent living in the Philippines. So for that, I’m grateful! Let’s talk about some major germ spreaders we encounter in our home and out in public. Public—Salt and pepper shakers....
26 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
(Sorry folks. It had to be addressed eventually.) This will either be the worst article you’ve read from me, or, if you’re female, it may be one of the best. Ladies, exactly what do you intend to do during a prolonged emergency survival situation when you’re not able to obtain feminine products which you’ve grown accustomed to? I admit, I’m storing loads of these kinds of products, but frankly, I’m intending to use feminine pads as bandages, if necessary. Keeping in mind that sanitation is...
25 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Photo c/o mommylife.net Some claim that the forced vaccinations may just be a lot of media hype. That may be accurate, however forced vaccinations made the news in MD only 2 years ago. Read the article here for more info. Also, I keep getting asked what to do IF you are forced to vaccinate. A doctor has actually written some very sound words of advice on this subject. Russell Blaylock, MD - What To Do If Force Vaccinated Join us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter here To see our upcoming...
25 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Pandemic or not, the time to prepare is now. Photo c/o ehow.com/ A lot of folks are e-mailing me or commenting that they don’t buy into all of this “hoopla” about the Swine Flu. My response is that it doesn’t matter whether or not the Swine flu amounts to anything at this moment, you STILL need to prepare for it. The point is that you should be preparing for the Swine Flu, Avian Flu, or Alien flu (yes, I made that up) the same way that you prepare for any other “disaster.” The only...
24 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Comfort Food photo c/o sheknows.com During the course of this month’s Preparedness Pro Food Challenge, we’ve seen several posts and e-mails conveying a very similar message: “I need more comfort foods.” I have shared with our readers in the past that such would be the case. Stress and boundaries bring out the cravings in all of us. So I do indeed recommend you take that into consideration in your food storage that you’re creating now. However, I’d like to offer you an alternative solution....
24 Aug 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Don't forget, folks, that you still have one more week to participate in the Preparedness Pro Food Challenge! The Preparedness Pro Food Challenge goes through the entire month of August and constitutes going an entire two weeks without going to the grocery store for any food or household supplies. Even if you haven't started yet, or this is the first you've heard of the Preparedness Pro Food Challenge, I would challenge you to jump in with both feet and see how you do without any preplanning or...

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