Lately I have been trying to do better about being prepared and getting my family ready for-- well, anything! I have recently come across some really great blogs that have been helping me in my preparedness pursuits, and I'd like to share them with my readers.
So, let's get more prepared, shall we?
1) Food Storage Made Easy (http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/)
Jodi and Julie have created a very helpful, detailed website that makes preparedness seem much less overwhelming. They have a free e-mail service that delivers preparedness baby steps directly to your inbox every two weeks. Did I mention that it's FREE? They also have free checklists, "how to" videos, product recommendations, recipes, links, and great online tools. They also have a new e-book that contains ALL of their baby steps in one place, downloadable immediately for a reasonable price.
There is a LOT of information on their site, so you may want to give yourself some time to explore all that they have to offer. I'm using their baby steps program, and loving it!
2) Safely Gathered In (http://www.safelygatheredin.blogspot.com/)
Safely Gathered In is an informative blog created to help you gather, organize, and rotate your food storage so you can have confidence knowing that you are prepared for whatever comes your way. They have free printable sheets, "how to" guides, recipes, and step-by-step instructions for gathering and storing food storage and emergency supplies. A great resource!
3) Fun with Food Storage (http://funwithfoodstorage.net/)
This site is a network of food storage sites that include the Food Storage Made Easy website listed above. Here's how they describe themselves: "We are a group of young moms on a mission to change the way you look at food storage. We make it FUN and DO-ABLE."
Their site will be re-launched soon, and they will soon be having a great giveaway for a Wondermill Wheat Grinder. See their site for more details!
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