I have now written 245 articles. Not an even 250; that will be in a couple of weeks. Nope, just 245.
As I was looking over my list of articles, I was surprised at how many articles I had forgotten about. Every once in a while I would stop long enough to read one or two of them and I would think, “Wow, that is a really good idea!” and then I would realize that I was reading my own stuff. Kind of weird.
When I write these articles, most of the time it is because I have learned something the hard way and I want to make sure that you don’t have to. So I share.
I have not experienced famine or excruciating devastation like a tornado or earthquake. I have only experienced everyday life. But this is the very reason why I want you to build your food storage and get prepared. If everyday life can be as complicated as it has been so far, then wouldn’t it make sense to get prepared ahead of time before something really goes wrong?
That makes sense to me.
Some of the articles that you might want to look over again are:
- 72 Hour Kits – #5, 6 and 7
- School Kits – #123
- Food Storage Attitudes – #9, 10, 11 and 12
- Fuel Storage – #17, 18, 19 and 20
- Storing Important Papers – #25
- Documenting Your Treasures – #26
- Emergency Information Packets – #43
- Communication – #200
- CERT Training – #27, 28 and 167
- All of the Food Storage Worksheets – #37, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42
- and all of the rest of them!
These articles really are that informative – and useful if you actually apply the ideas in them.
Our church leaders, our government leaders and our common sense have told us for decades that we need to prepare our families for difficult times. Hard times will come and in many respects they are already here. We need to build our food storage, get ourselves mentally, physically and spiritually prepared. We also need to get out of debt.
We don’t need to purchase a bigger TV. We need to purchase peace of mind – extra food, emergency fuel, extra medical supplies and all of the other stuff I have written about.
You know you need to, now just do it. It’s time.
And with 245 articles, I think that you have enough reference material to get a really good start.