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:

1. BEGIN WHERE YOU ARE:
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.

2. SET GOALS:
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)

3. DO SOMETHING:
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!

8 comments:

The Garden of Egan said...

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

K P said...

Thank you!

vancouver49 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.