Friday, November 13, 2009

One Year Anniversary

I've learned a lot about preparedness and food storage during this past year and hope you have, too. Here are some good reminders from last year's post:

Think about what you are already doing and what you have already in store.
Make an inventory of what you have.
Make a list of what you need.

Decide what you want to work on (ie. three-month supply, drinking water, financial reserve, longer-term supply, 72 hour kit, etc.)
Set reasonable goals (ie. weekly plan, monthly plan)

We can't do everything all at once, but we can do something.
Begin today!

Best wishes in your quest to prepare and enjoy the peace that preparedness brings!


The Garden of Egan said...

Very wise advice. I love the blog and all I have learned from here.

K P said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary!! Thank you for the great posts. Even the things that I cannot do (like freezer jam as I just have a tiny fridge freezer) is good info. Looking forward to more!! ::hint, hint::


So true about just starting now, where we are because it's VERY easy to get overwhelmed. It's all cumulative--unless I dip into the stock!

K P said...

Thank you! Will work on more postings. :)

Anonymous said...

Congrats on one year! This blog is fabulous! Mandy

K P said...

Thanks Mand!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for a wonderful year of helpful, practical information. I have really appreciated your blog and hope you will continue for many years to come.:)
Blessings, Joyce

K P said...

Thanks Joyce. I appreciate your ideas and comments you've shared this past year.