Let’s face it, we have a finite amount of space in our homes to allot for our preparedness supplies. When you run out of room on the shelving systems, in the closet and under the beds, you have start getting creative in finding more space. Here are ten space solution methods for hiding preps in your home.
Solidify your stockpile with these tried and true solutions using the Pantry Primer series from the Organic Prepper.
If properly stored, freezing your emergency food source can last indefinitely. Read more about the pros and cons of this food storage method as well as tips on how to protect your frozen foods.
You don’t know what you need unless you know what you have. Read more about one woman’s endeavors to organizing her emergency pantry in order to know how much food she still needs to acquire for her family.
The key to a successful emergecy food supply is not only variety. Balancing your food supply with proper caloric and nutritional content will assist you in creating a well-rounded food pantry. Learn more here.
Having a guideline on hand of which foods last longer than others will ensure that your food supply stays within it’s expiration.
We’ve all seen movies and read books of nuclear holocaust, and the utter despair it could conceivably initiate. Of course, nuclear attack should not be underestimated, far from it. However, rarely in these films or fictional accounts do you see characters who prepared before hand, who had readied themselves physically and psychologically for the aftermath.
As reassuring as it is to have long term supplies in case of a disaster, organizing it is another story. These quick and easy tips will help a person create a storage area that is both functional and pleasing to eye.
Tess Pennington is the author of The Prepper’s Blueprint, a comprehensive guide that uses real-life scenarios to help you prepare for any disaster. Because a crisis rarely stops with a triggering event the aftermath can spiral, having the capacity to cripple …