Why we need Survival Planning
. . . and where to start
Survival planning isn't just for "the other guy." Stuff happens to all of us. Unemployment, hurricane season, floods, storms that knock out power, and other disasters happen fairly often somewhere in the world.
Numerous articles have stated that the entire world is only 3 days away from starvation - meaning, in 3 days after a disaster there would be no more food in the stores. This has actually happened in the recent past as disasters struck New York, Japan, Indonesia and other places around the world.
These facts should keep us preparing:
Are you ready? Because if you hear it on the 6 o'clock news, it's already too late.
The 4 (high Level) steps of Preparedness:
Spice Up Your Food Storage: Learn the Shelf Life and Storage of Spices and Herbs
Sharpen your survival skills to ensure your family will not only survive any disaster, but will thrive because of the knowledge you learn NOW.
Learn how to survive disasters, whether at home and in the wild, to ensure your family is prepared for any disaster that Mother Nature throws at you.
Learn where to find potable water in your home and in the wild, how to store it, and how to purify it to ensure your family has enough in a crisis situation.
Since there are several forms of sugar, all different in texture, color, and usage, we'll cover how to store sugar by the different types.
Why do we need a 72-hour kit? When planning the contents of your 72-hour kit, remember that this is only for 3 days max. Keeping that in mind should help you to not over pack. There are many situations where this kit could come in handy - not just during a disaster. There may be short-term reasons to keep a 72-hour kit in your car, in the office, as well as at home.
Family survival books to increase your survival skills - learn how to cook with your food storage, preserve food, backyard farming, healing herbs, catching rain water, home security and more.
Whether you are well into food storage or just starting out, you may be wondering about cooking with all that stored food.