I’m excited to have been invited to join up with many other great preparedness bloggers today, adding a post about the biggest threat I see in our aim for preparing for the future. Here’s my contribution, you’ll want to “hop” over to see others which have been posted by following the links below.
The “biggest threat” to successful preparations, that I see, is the act of storing food away (relaxing and thinking you’re prepared) but neglecting to have a plan for it.
Through this post, I’ll detail 9 areas of planning which need to be addressed — in addition to the storing of food — in order for your food storage to become a “parachute” in your preparedness plan, effectively serving (and possibly saving) your family the way you want it to.
Without taking a close look at these details and double checking your preparations it’s easy to find a false sense of security lulling you to sit back and relax. All the while- as you’re thinking you’re taken care of in the food storage department– an oncoming train could be barreling it’s way around the corner and you’re in fact not ready for it. Read more