My name is Misty. I am not a “hard-core prepper.” I don’t have a bunker anywhere. I don’t believe in zombies. I don’t forage for food. I avoid acronyms like SHTF, BOB, or TEOTWAWKI.
I specialize in helping busy families who are new to emergency preparedness take small, consistent steps that bring big results in their level of preparedness over time.
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LDS Home Storage Centers are a excellent resource for anyone interested in building a quality, cost efficient food storage. I had the wonderful opportunity to get some of your most frequently asked questions about these centers answered by the LDS church. Read this interview to learn more about what’s available to purchase, how to purchase food from the LDS Home Storage Centers, and more!
Wheat is a common staple in long-term food storage. It’s nutritious, versatile, and easy to store. But did you know there are different types of whole wheat? Do you know what to do with all that stored wheat if you needed to eat it? Read more to learn how to use wheat and integrate it into your favorite recipes.
Colette from My Computer is My Canvas drops by this week to share 8 emergency preparedness hacks she has learned first hand from living through several natural disasters, including Hurricane Sandy. Don’t miss this important information from someone who has been there. She even includes one of her amazing printables to help you get organized in your preparedness efforts!
Freeze dried foods may be unknown territory for you. Diving right in and purchasing food you aren’t sure how to use may be a wasteful trial-and-error process. Read about my recommendations for the best way to sample freeze dried foods so you can get started with using them in meals you will love!
Meat stored in your food storage can be delicious. Skip the sketchy meat substitutes and opt for delicious, real freeze dried meat instead!
Getting prepared for emergencies can feel overwhelming. Preparedness beginners may feel that they have to prepare for anything and everything all at once, but there is a better way. Here are 5 tips to help you get started with your emergency preparedness efforts.