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9 Ways to Make Practicing Emergency Preparedness Fun in the Summer

This summer, why not make some happy family memories while practicing your emergency preparedness skills! Spending time with your family camping, at the lake, or on a road trip can give you some great opportunities to practice preparedness all while having fun.

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How to Get the Most From The Thrive Life Spring Sale

This year’s Thrive Life Spring sale has more deeply discounted items than Black Friday 2016. Learn my secrets and tips for making the most of it!

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58 Mormon Preparedness Quotes From General Conference

Find 58 preparedness quotes from LDS apostles, prophets and other leaders given in General Conference over the last 70 or so years. Also find an additional 32 preparedness quote from other great people.

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The Most Important Preparation for Life’s Storms

We hope that our preparation allows us to forget our fear and find peace. But there is a type of preparation that sometimes gets overlooked and yet I believe it to be the most important preparation we can make.

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5 easy ways to get started on emergency preparedness

Get started on emergency preparedness now with these 5 simple methods. They don’t take much time at all, but will bring big results.

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How to build a food storage without going broke

Cheap food storage isn’t always worth the money you save when you consider the quality. I’ll show you six ways to build a quality food storage for less.

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6 ways to learn important first aid skills every mom needs

All moms need first aid skills b/c they are their kids “first responders” in a first aid emergency. Here are 6 ways to learn first aid skills you may need.

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Get a freezer for food storage – you’ll be glad you did

Today, I’m going to share an “ultimate” guide to using a freezer for food storage, by answering four important questions. You ready?

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5 Food Storage Items That Save Time in the Kitchen

Even if you never face a true disaster or long term job loss, your efforts at getting your family prepared will still be useful.
Being well prepared adds daily convenience whether or not you use your supplies for a disaster.

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How to set effective emergency preparedness goals

Christmas is around the corner and that means that the New Year is coming fast.  I love this time of year. Christmas brings out the best in so many of us - which restores my faith in the goodness of humanity.   It also encourages some soul-searching.  I ponder my...
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