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Are you prepared for unexpected events, such as fires, floods, storms, power outages and anything else that might disrupt your routine or ability to function normally on a daily basis?

Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany disasters. Communities, families, and individuals should know what to do in the event of a disaster.

You should be ready to be self-sufficient for at least three days. This may mean providing for your own shelter, first aid, food, water, and sanitation.

On this site, I would like to share ideas and ways to get prepared and be easy prepared.

Here are a few ideas I would like to share with you:

Best prepping ideas

Best meal prepping ideas

Food prepping ideas

Food prepping list

Prepping shopping list

Prepping food supplies

Best healthy meal prep ideas

Easy healthy meal prep ideas

Quick healthy meal ideas

With the exception of water, emergency food storage might be the most important part of preparing for an emergency or disaster. Some might even say more important than water because of how easily our food supply line can be cut off and how far food has to travel in today’s world to reach our table.

Imagine you or someone in your family had lost their job for an extended period of time, with money being tight it would be a daily juggling act to pay the bills and buy food for the family. If you had a six month supply of food that wouldn’t be such a huge hurdle, and would alleviate some of the stress you might be facing.

Long term food storage is not all about doomsday and does not make you a “doomsdayer.” Everyone is different and storing food for emergencies is just the smart thing to do. Some people store as little as a months’ worth of food, and some people store year’s worth, it’s really up to you what you decide to do.

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