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The Prepared Home

Having a prepared home means that you don't have to run to the store everytime the weather man warns about a big storm. It also can help you to get through difficult times like a job loss or an illness. When you have a family...It just makes good sense to be prepared and to be frugal!

Rock the Sock - 10 More Preparedness Gift Ideas | PreparednessMama

Build a Better Pantry: How I use Sales Cycles to Help Me Prepare for Emergencies - Mom with a Prep

Need some home-made cleaning recipes for soft scrub, goo gone and more? Check these out! Save some cash with this DIY project!

What Would You Do if "IT" Happened Right Now, I Mean RIGHT Now? Here's Where I Would Have Been...

Top 10 Preparedness Uses of Garbage Bags

#Prepper #Survival - How Do Different Generations View Preparedness?

Prepping with children: managing expectations -August 6, 2013 by graywolf

How To Tips On Using Versatile Epsom Salt: A Must-Have For Home And Garden

Preparing For Less: Water for the Long Term - Your Own Home Store - lot's of useful information.

50% is The Critical Threshold to NEVER Drop Below in Your Preps - Here's Why With Examples...

Beginning to Prep -- So you decided to begin prepping huh? Dreaming of that underground bunker while watching The Walking Dead and Revolution? Throw all those thoughts out of your head right now. As a beginner prepper you need to start by ignoring everything you have seen on TV and instead start by walking around your house.

Why don't more homes in Oklahoma have basements? Sally Severson from WISN in Wisconsin offers up an explanation.

Sally Severson: Here's why Oklahoma doesn't have basements

OSHA's advice on tornado preparedness.

Author Carolyn Evans-Dean blogs about preparedness after the Moore Oklahoma tornado.