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Attack of the Preparedness Acronyms

In the realm of preparedness there is a wide range of philosophies and along with those come a wide range of acronyms.  If you are new to the preparedness movement or you’ve been doing this a while and are now slapped in the face with a conglomerate of capitol letters being jumbled together and want to make sense of things – I want to start with a short acronym list we are finding in much of the material now arising on the topic of preparedness:   WROL – Without Rule Of Law. TEOTWAWKI – The End Of The World As […]

Recapping the RED Book Steps.

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Folks, my apologies…. Due to a job and subsequent home loss during the time of wedding of our oldest child (our first born, our son) …  We’ve slacked seriously on the RED (Real Emergency Directions) Book thread. This is not a money maker for us – it’s a mission and ministry. We just want to do what we can to let others start taking steps toward preparing to be self-sustaining. I hope you don’t  mind the recapping that we’ll do in this post to bring ME back up to speed on the RED Book instructions! One thing I neglected to […]

Real Emergency Directions (RED) Book

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So have you picked your emergency kit yet? Oil leaks, the worst predicted hurricane season in centuries, food shortages, wars and rumors of wars both without and within our borders….What more do you need to realize that life as we know it is not guaranteed? Along with the RED book, don’t forget to either make or purchase a real EMERGENCY KIT for your family members…. Click the picture for a few to look at for every price range. Don’t wait. If you wait, it can be too late. watch free alpha and omega online

Preparation Action Step: First Aid and CPR

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watch full how to train your dragon movie in hd download how to train your dragon full the company men movies Our philos0phy on Preparation is not about storing up and hiding, but about developing skills. One skill that has been overlooked in our emails has been the need for First Aid and CPR training. Please forgive this oversight, we’ve focused so much on the home skill set that this was omitted and is as vital as regular lifestyle skills if not more! In an emergency, First Aid and CPR will come in more handy than if you know how […]

Your RED book: Step 2 – A Meeting Point, Maps & Routes

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You’ve gotten your list of contacts together for your RED book now. Remember to keep them updated with current cell phone numbers, addresses from a move and new family additions. It’s time to move on to a tactical plan. download of hereafter movie Pick at least one meeting point for the family to gather if an epic emergency were to strike. More than one (under differing circumstances) is advisable. Set the places and the circumstances so everyone knows when to go where. This can be in your own town if others can get to it (that’s why more than one […]

Your RED Book – Step 1: First Contact

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The very first thing that most families in the USA did when the attack on 9-11 happened was to contact each other. Phone lines were jammed. Information was bottle-necked. Planes were grounded and many were frustrated at trying to contact others in their families. Our kids were younger, and we were outside playing when it all happened, and my husband was working in a neighboring county several miles away. We knew nothing until we came in and found there had been SEVERAL calls left on the voice mail of him trying to get in touch with us. It’s natural in […]

Real Emergency Directions – Your RED book

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Some people say they think clearer in a real emergency. Others are overwhelmed and do more than needed. Still others are frozen by fear and do little to nothing in a real emergency situation. I’ve been in them before and handled them calmly, fine and thought I had done okay. Occasionally looking back, I only *thought* I had done well and in reality, there were many things that, had I been more prepared, I may have done better. We are going to help you, step by step, to build your RED book. What is your RED book? It stands for […]