Do 1 Thing for January: Make a Plan

Disasters change things. When an emergency happens you may have to decide what to do very quickly, while you are worrying about what might happen. By planning ahead, it will be easier to make the right decisions when the worst happens.

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Have You Considered Your SHTF Communications Plan?

For most preppers quantifying is a problem. We buy stuff and we store stuff, but do we have a true definition of what “prepared” is? The truth about being prepared is that we cannot quantify what we will need.I will let you in on a little secret. Worry more about what you don’t have in comparison to what you do. Instead of concerning yourself with quantity, think more about categories.

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Lost in the woods? S.T.O.P! -Survival Lessons

Lost in the woods? Remember the survival acronym S.T.O.P.! This 4 letter word will help keep you from panicking, reorientate yourself and develop a plan of action to survive and find your way out of the woods. This survival tip also helps in any emergency or disaster situation where you need to keep from panicking and focus on your current situation.

Survival Lesson: S.T.O.P
S: Stop (Stop walking and stand or sit still
T: Think (Think about your situation and how you got there)
O: Observe (Observe your surroundings for hazards and resources)
P : Plan (Plan what direction you will walk in and when to set up camp)

2015 National Preparedness Month (NPM)

Theme: Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today. September is National Preparedness Month.  This year we are asking you to take action now – make a plan with your community, your family, and for your pets.  Plan how to stay safe and communicate during the disasters that can affect…

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