Do you want to get prepared, but don’t know where to start? Here are a few simple financial and food storage preparedness ideas that you can start implementing today.
This year has blown by and the holidays are almost here. I am signing off until the New Year to get a little R&R, enjoy some quality family time, and set some killer goals, but I hope you are looking forward to 2017. I have some fun stuff planned!
Now that you know WHY you should have food storage, today’s focus is HOW to build the perfect food storage for your family and why you should be using it.
Food storage is not one-size-fits-all, so build what works for you…
All of our families are different. Whether it’s just you, you and your spouse, you have 1 kid,10 kids, or anything in between, what you are going to need for your family will be unique. The first thing you need to do when you start this journey of food storage is decide what your family likes and how you want to go about getting it. You want to get foods that you would actually eat and even ENJOY if were relying on your food storage. So get ready to stock up on strawberries (if your family loves them), sausage crumbles (yes, please). You get to customize your own food storage experience, and to me, that’s kind of exciting!
Should adversity come, are you prepared? Having food storage helps us have peace of mind during the good times, so we don’t fear the hard times.
I grew up in a family that always had food storage, and in a religion that believes in being prepared. I have always wanted to have food storage for my family, but have struggled to know how to build it and where to start. I will be taking a lot of my information from providentliving.org during this series, because I think it is GREAT information about food storage and preparedness, regardless of your religion. This series of posts is going to hopefully better explain the why and how of food storage for people who are just starting out! Today’s focus: