Saving up for big ticket items can be easier if you can spend less elsewhere. There are many emergency preparedness items you can’t get at the dollar store that might cost $2 – $10 elsewhere. Buy these there and put the extra money toward something else.
September is National Preparedness Month in the United States, and I think it is the perfect time for it. Most of us take a bit of a break over the summer and I love getting back into the swing of things in September after my kids are back in school and we are more settled […]
National Preparedness Month can be a great time to get Preparedness items for great prices. I put some of my own products on sale and there are good deals to be had from other companies as well. Here are a few deals you may want to consider: . Save 35% on the Your Own 72 […]
The human body can survive for weeks without food, but it cannot survive more than three days without water. In first world countries, we often take running water for granted. Yet, there are situations where you may have to live without running water for a period of time: After a natural disaster City / […]
Dry beans are an essential in a food storage plan. They are inexpensive, healthy and have many use. Don’t let using dry beans overwhelm you.
Bread sticks…..especially Olive Garden’s garlicky, buttered bread sticks are a favorite in our house. One of my twin boys regularly asks to go to Olive Garden just so he can have the bread sticks (and a bowl of olives…ha). Plus, bread sticks pair so well with so many dishes: Italian foods, chili, soup. I’ve been […]