Without fail, the spring season brings torrential thunderstorms to parts of the country with the ability of causing widespread damage. To further prepare the public, the makers of STA-BIL and Start Your Engines! are sponsoring a Storm Preparation giveaway to a lucky winner! Read more on how you can win a $90 prize package.
To bring more awareness to the matters of preparedness, Joyce Pierce of www.PreparedInEveryWay.com was kind enough to interview me on two separate occasions to talk more about The Prepper Cookbook and 52 Weeks to Preparedness.
Tess Pennington and Madison Ruppert discuss a variety of SHTF preparedness topics at length, along with how to use prepping as a way to hedge rising food prices.
Not only is Survival Mom a good resource, but it also provides some great tips and checklists to turn to in order to keep your provisions organized, well stocked and ready. Need more reasons? Click here.
It has been such a blessing to see the preparedness community growing so rapidly. I began Ready Nutrition with the hope of empowering others through education and preparedness tips, so it has been comforting to say the least in seeing others taking their first steps towards a more self reliant lifestyle. In my humble opinion, [...]
A look back at the ten most popular articles on Ready Nutrition for 2011.
Tess demonstrates some best practices and a multi-barrier process for packaging food for short and long term storage in mylar bags (or large food grade buckets) with oxygen absorbers, a vacuum seal, and a heat seal.
Fox affiliate station in Houston, TX caught wind of these increasing food prices and began tracking grocery prices 8 weeks ago at various grocery stores around the Houston area. Fox News reporter, Andrea Watkins asked me about why I stock up on foods and how much it saves on my budget.
2010 was a pursuit of knowledge for me, and single handed the most important thing I walked away with. If a person can equip themselves with knowledge and expereience, then they are far greater off than many others. Thank you for reading my aritlces and I hope you will continue to find use in them. Happy New Year.
On Wednesday, March 3, 2010, Tess Pennington had the great opportunity to continueÂ her conversations about preparedness and disaster planning with James T. Stevens from the Family Preparedness Guide Talk ShowÂ where they discussed first time prepper mistakes, disclosedÂ places where preppers could save money with theirÂ ”In Home Convenience Stores,” and talkedÂ about the choice of buggin out or [...]