It's Not Just a Well-Known Motto
Now, more than ever, it's not only important to be aware of
what's going on around us – beyond your front door and at your
workplace – but around the world too! Can you and your family survive beyond three days?
It's a well-known fact that food distribution channels will have no food or bottled water left beyond THREE days after a natural- or man-made disaster strikes. What can you personally do about it? Think about that.
We all are in a state of numbness;
there's just so much (bad) news flying around at the speed of light, all
of it vying for our eyeballs ... after a while, our eyes just glaze
over – we've seen enough.
So, rather than me post even more bad
news here I just want to keep you and your family safe – should
something come along that changes our way of life as we know it.
is TOUGH – and we CAN and WILL get through anything, but help yourself
first so you're able to HELP others in a time of need.
WE CAN DO IT
Be Ready for Whatever Comes Along!
On this page you'll find some great sites to visit to be better prepared.
learn a lot about Saving Energy and Why We Need to Save Energy, and
What You Can Do right now to help yourself and Mother Earth.
But click on this link first, Mike Maloney, followed by Chris Martenson, then come back here!
A while back, I discovered Mike Maloney, and he introduced me to Chris Martenson.
Both Mike's and Chris' sites are chock-full of stuff you really do need to know!
Mike also has a very informative Wealth Cycles website too.
Please check out this Growing and Preserving Food link at Chris' site and then
PLEASE view his "Take the Crash Course" video. It's a real eye-opener, to say the least.
Another way to save money is to save energy. Easy Energy Saving Home.com has over
110 Energy Saving Tips, plus many Energy and Money Saving Articles to keep you living efficiently and saving money every day.
Be Prepared: Prepare your home by using Easy Energy Saving Home's
fantastic tips above. You might want to turn your attention to some
interesting scenarios and how to survive these possibilities, so please
read on ...
Looking For Ways to Pinch a Penny?
Bargain hunting? Looking for cheap tickets? Grocery Coupons?
Well, look no further than The Saving Lady!
following links: 101 Ways To Save Money and My Saving Place where you'll find ways to save on just about anything.
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my good friend, Bev Miller, will be able to assist you in your search
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If your budget can't stretch for acreage, you can still have a
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Check out this smart use of space
beneath Bev's upper-story deck ...
a great greenhouse built around
the use of recycled windows!
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Reminder: Don't Forget To
SIGN UP for our FREE Mini Course!
Learn how to keep a full pantry –
for any reason or season!
Our 6-part email series will arrive
in your inbox every three days
– click the little girl's basket of
apples to find out all about it!
Feb 15, 17 03:58 PM
Find out just how long I think long-term is and why another alternative isn't such a bad idea! See page 32 FAQ.
Feb 15, 17 03:56 PM
JJ wants to know if Mylar bags can be used for stowing food instead of Mason jars - also can she use reusable canning lids - read more here on page 32 FAQ.
Feb 15, 17 10:08 AM
I read in your apple dehydrating prep steps that you use lemon juice strayed on the slices. I've always used orange juice to dip the apples in. Is the lemon juice better? Read more on our newly-minted…
Feb 08, 17 04:09 PM
Dehydrating fruit such as apples and oranges straight from your trees ... and bananas ... or frozen fruit such as strawberries and pears is so easy to do! Learn how here!
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