Simple Family Preparedness Owner, Courtni
Founded in 2010, Simple Family Preparedness started with a mother that wanted to ensure her family’s preparedness in the event of an emergency. She began sharing the things she learned and the systems she was creating online here – at Simple Family Preparedness in an effort to help. I’ve found that there are many other moms looking for simplicity – not crazy “prepping”; many other families who wanted to get better prepared but weren’t sure where to start; many others who felt overwhelmed and stuck.
Simple Family Preparedness has helped thousands of these families – many of whom are now friends – become better prepared while enjoying their everyday life. I am so excited to have the opportunity to continue to build our knowledgeable, ready community. Misty’s ideas, discoveries, and systems will remain the heart of the site.
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Learn all the steps and needed tools to fill up a 55 gallon water container so your water is stored where you want it and fresh when you need it.
Ever wonder how many pounds are in a 5 gallon bucket of rice? Knowing how many cans or buckets to buy of a given food storage item can be confusing. Often, food storage calculators recommend so many pounds per person of different foods, but those same foods are usually sold in gallons and cans, not by the pound. Read here and use the included printable to learn how many pounds of some common food storage items are inside the containers in which they are normally sold.
Black Friday Preparedness Deals 2017 Below are the preparedness Black Friday Deals that I recommend you consider investing in. Just click the "+" next to each category to learn more. If you have questions, leave me a comment and I will get back to you!...
Hi there! I'm Misty Marsh. I have been a Thrive Life consultant since just before the Thrive Life Black Friday sale in 2010 - which means this is my 8th Black Friday sale with them - both shopping for myself AND helping others get the most out of the...
You may have family and friends who are uninterested in emergency preparedness or who feel it’s too hard to get started. I have some suggestions that may help them get more involved with getting prepared.
It’s easy to forget how dependent we have become on electricity until we lose power. In this article, learn more about how you can prepare now to cook, stay warm, maintain communication with others, and more in the event of a power outage.