For the second week of National Preparedness Month, we thought we would turn our attention to the skills all of us should possess, but only a few do. Knowing how to perform CPR and other emergency first-aid techniques may not only save the life of a loved one but may save your own as well. Taking CPR or first-aid classes as a family is an enjoyable experience that will bring you all closer while learning truly critically skills. There are numerous life-saving techniques you can learn…
I will be updating our “Apps to help you survive a storm page” after reading this article. The article mentions Game and Fish, which for Michigan is the MiPage app (Android)(iOS). If you have a favorite app which could help during a storm or disaster, please mention in the comments below.
Preparing for the worst is often looked down upon by those who don’t think there’s any reason to prepare for even a natural disaster by storing a bit of extra food. But when you live in an area where even major blizzards are possible in winter, thoughts often go to the most obscure items and their potential use.
You may find this video by the Green Prepper interesting if you are building a 72 or 96-hour kit on a budget. The Green Prepper shows how a little money each week can lead to a stockpile of food. Also, he provides a free downloadable document that has a schedule of what to purchase each week.