Category Archives: Emergency Preparedness

Kid 72 Hour Kits

During an emergency, kids will most likely become frightened, and depending on the circumstances, possibly traumatized. The thought of that literally breaks my heart! I want my kids to feel safe and calm knowing that regardless of the emergency, everything … Continue reading

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Emergency Car Kits

Here’s a list of everything you should have in your car emergency kit. For each cold and hot season you should change up your car kit. I like to have one for Summer months and change it out right before … Continue reading

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How to Change a Flat Tire

  Another item that is good to know in case you ever get a flat tire.  I found this picture online at an insurance place years ago. This is something I didn’t know how to do but, lucky me my … Continue reading

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How to Jump A Car

This is something everyone should know how to do. Print this off and keep a copy of it in your glove compartment. I have one in mine. I laminated mine for longer durability.  Hopefully you wont ever need to do … Continue reading

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Food Storage Baby Step #5

Start With A Three-Month Supply:Three-month supply items are foods that you normally eat including canned and commercially packaged foods.* Purchase a few extra items each week to build your three-month supply* Make a list of the food items your family eats … Continue reading

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Food Storage Baby step #4

    Baby Step #4 is….Storing Drinking Water!!! If you’ve ever been thirsty, you’ll realize that water storage is an essential part of an emergency preparedness program. While you can go without food for an extended period of time, you … Continue reading

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Food Storage Baby step #3

I am sorry I am behind on my weekly food storage posts. We have had sickness after sickness at my house for the past month. Here is step #3 ENJOY Determine how to pay for food storage * You should … Continue reading

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