When a disaster can be predicted people will not only stockpile food, they will hoard it. What is hoarding? As those who are creating a self reliant lifestyle know, there is a difference between “preparing” and depriving others of needed supplies. Storing food and accumulating a supply of the items we use each day is a way of becoming self reliant. Don't wait until disaster strikes to be prepared.
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Most of us have experienced the stress caused by severe financial strains. We can spare our children some of that stress. Children can understand and practice wise budgeting and spending habits, even when very young. Here is how you can prepare your children for a better financial future.
There has been a slow start to flu season this year but the holidays have proven to be a breeding ground and now many are ill. Here are some suggestions to keep your family healthy and to prepare your home in case you have to hole up while you heal up.
Why do we make everything so complicated? Now is the time to decide this holiday season you are going to make some small changes to help simplify so you can enjoy your family and friends more.
Every year people die because they are unprepared with the knowledge needed to survive for hours or days in freezing conditions. Take time now for serious thought about what you will do if caught stranded, stopped in extensive traffic delays, spun out and stuck in a snowbank, or just out of gas on a cold and lonely road.
This week has been devastating for over 7,000 families who have lost their homes to California fires and especially for the members of the Church in Paradise California. Many of you have friends and family there. There are things all of us can do to help and some ways may not be what you think. Please share this information with those who have lost homes and those who are at a loss as to how to help.