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5 Steps to be Medically Prepared

5 Steps to be Medically Prepared

Posted by Amber Landry on Jul 9th 2021

As a woman, I always take my role protecting my children as well as children that I find myself in the company of very seriously. As a registered nurse by education, the tendencies to gravitate toward … read more
72 Hour Bug Out Challenge

72 Hour Bug Out Challenge

Posted by Kevin Estela on Jul 2nd 2021

72 Hour Bug Out Challenge If you look at the statistics, most emergency scenarios are resolved within 3 days. Some scenarios will go longer but, on average, your emergency will terminate for … read more
Backup Power as Part of Your Survival Plan

Backup Power as Part of Your Survival Plan

Posted by Kyle Brengel on Jun 4th 2021

In today’s world, most of our creature comforts, survival equipment, and communication tools require electricity. When disaster strikes, grid power is one of the first utilities to fail and one of th … read more
​Traveling Prepared: Mobility Contents

​Traveling Prepared: Mobility Contents

Posted by Amber Landry on Apr 29th 2021

Since a significant percentage of the average family’s waking hours are spent behind the wheel, it’s paramount that we take the necessary steps to ensure that we are prepared and trained to address th … read more
How To Approach Preparedness With Children

How To Approach Preparedness With Children

Posted by Amber Landry on Mar 23rd 2021

The word pedagogy is used in the realm of education to distinguish various teaching styles and theories of learning. As the primary educator of my children in our chosen realm of home education I make … read more