Being prepared for a some of the most basic everyday emergencies is the best way I’ve found to fight back against the unexpected. The good news is, there are some really simple things you can do to prepare yourself. These simple steps will help you prepare for some of the most common emergencies you may face.
We use a lot of Thrive food from Shelf Reliance in our house because it’s an enormous time saver and I love feeling like I can cook a decent dinner whether or not I’ve been to the grocery store recently. If you haven’t tried their line of freeze dried foods, trust me, they are delicious. My kids throw the freeze dried fruits into everything from pancake batter to cereal.
They’ve always made an effort to source high quality, organic, and GMO free foods, but now they have a specially labeled organic line so you know which foods are certified organic. I was so excited to see their freeze dried raspberries on the list because we go through those like crazy.
March is National Disaster Preparedness Month. This year I was reminded how important it is to be prepared for a disaster like a tornado. At the beginning of March, we were warned by weather forecasters that we were in the high risk area of a possible tornado. On the day of the storms people were taking it seriously. Schools let out early so children would