Preparedness Goals For The Week October 16

Preparedness Goals

Have you been working hard to CREATE A TRUE CULTURE OF PREPAREDNESS?  Fema Urges America to Create A …. Director Brock Long has this advice for all of America – and yes that includes us Canadians!  “I really think that we have a long way to go to create a true culture of preparedness within […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week of October 9

Preparedness Goals

via GIPHY Did you know…..in history on this day of October 9……these things happened? 1941 Roosevelt approved the atomic program – look where we are today!!! 2006 North Korea allegedly tested its first nuclear device – look where we are today!!! 1900 8.3 quake in Alaska 1963 Vaiont Dam disaster, landslide creates 50 million cubic […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of October 2

Preparedness Goals

Preparedness goals are important, no matter where you live, where you work, how much money you have, or what your culture is. Disasters on a large scale, as well as on a more personal level, can and do happen on a daily basis.  Your preparedness goals should include efforts for each and every possibility.  Can […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of September 25

Preparedness Goals

Glad you are back for another week of preparedness goals!  Of course I have a tidbit of info for you, which includes a bit of trivia.  Did you know this? According to getprepared.ca …..At the end of October 2012, Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the Caribbean and the northeast of the North American continent.  When […]

Let The Good Times Roll – Gathering Your 3 Month Supply

3 Month Supply

Good Times?  Remember years ago, for those of us that are of “that” age, there was a song called “Let The Good Times Roll”?   Remember that one?  I used to love that one.  Not sure why I loved it, because it was pretty repetitive, but that is what seems to sell in music right?   […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of September 18

Preparedness Goals

Another week of preparedness goals, but before I get into it, did you know…. One of the most destructive storms in Canadian history was the 1998 ice storm in Eastern Canada causing hardship for 4 million people and costing $3billion.  Power outages lasted for up to 4 weeks. How crazy is that?  We think of […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of September 11

Preparedness Goals

Today is a good day to remember.  Remember those who have lost their lives in horrible terrorist attacks.  It just helps to remind us, that the things we think are daily routines, can be taken from us in a matter of moments.  All of these preparedness goals we are working towards can and will help […]

What would you do today, if you knew?

What would you do today if you knew?

What would you do today, if you knew you wouldn’t have employment tomorrow?  You know it is a real possibility right?  Okay, let’s think about it!  Our economy is stable right??  Nope!   One thing I think we can all agree on is that our economy is NOT stable.  Things can change overnight, and have many […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of August 21

Preparedness Goals

Happy Total Solar Eclipse Day!!!  You can find out more about that fun stuff here!  This is the first total eclipse of the Sun visible from the contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) since February 26, 1979. The last time a total eclipse was visible from coast to coast was on June 8, 1918.  […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of August 14

preparedness goals

I can’t believe summer is already past the half way mark!  It has been great, despite the extremely long heat wave we have had. We learned to adapt!  Even though it has gone by fast, I have sure got a lot accomplished, have you?  I have also really enjoyed watching my little grandsons this summer.  […]

Preparedness Goals For The Week Of July 31

Preparedness Goals

Whoot!  Whoot!  We are all being successful and on track with our preparedness goals, right?  Even if you have missed some, just pick up right here and now and start again, just do what you can.  Nobody is perfect, and yes these are just suggestions, so seriously, do what you can, but give it an […]