HuRRicaNe mOnKey

They say it never hurts to be prepared. As a former resident of quaky California, I should know. In light of the recent hurricane’s, freezing weather and (let’s admit) government shenanigans, I am embracing  preparedness in the new year. I have a board on Pinterest full of ideas.

So, if you are preparing for Zombies or bad weather, give these two sites a look over.  I will be utilizing both for my 72 hour preparedness project. The first site, Six Sisters Stuff,  has a great three page weekly checklist for adding items to your bug out bag, checking the fire detectors and is perfect for starting small with little amount of money.  In Bowl Full of Lemons, she does wonderful things with binders, which I love about her site.  It’s an eight week blog series on preparing you and your home. It is currently running but you can start anytime.

I know that living in Arizona, that past couple of years have had some strange weather happening. We have dust storms, called haboob‘s, the last earthquake was over a hundred years ago, and we have an occasional decades long drought.  Thing is, it doesn’t matter where you live, ultimately you only have yourself to blame if you are not ready.

k, love ya, buh bye

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2 thoughts on “HuRRicaNe mOnKey

  1. Awesome! Was just reading a discussion about how folks get depressed while ‘prepping’ and I have to admit, the thoughts of a governmental/country infrastructure collapse is really frighting, and it can get really, really depressing/overwhelming to think about all the scary stuff in this world, sometimes it’s best to reel it in and look at the smaller scale of what could really happen… Like the pipes freezing all over Tucson (seriously!?! We’re in AZ!!) or a power outage, or heck, even just getting a whopper of a cold and can’t leave the house – do you have enough on hand to survive that?

    Great perspective!

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