Do you live your life defensively? Not just when you are driving but in case of more major and potentially catestrophic events. Millions are now trying to rebuild their lives after the hurricanes. Many did not evacuate and chose to wait out the storm in their homes. Would you have been prepared with the necessary supplies to get you through an extended period without help from the outside world? Even in countries where the weather is more an annoyance than a disaster, it does pay to have a few things that are essential in hand.. Such as life saving medication… Please read the whole post and find out how even everyday activities need to be thought of defensively. #recommended
When SHTF is a DAILY Occurrence . . .
and “Stuff Hits The Fan” repeatedly!
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
From the Executive Functioning Series
“Preparedness, when properly pursued, is a way of life,
not a sudden, spectacular program.”~ Spencer W. Kimball
Time to revisit some older content . . .
(Updated content from a post originally published in February 2015)
Given what’s going in Texas, Louisiana and Florida during this Hurricane Season, there are a lot of “preparedness” articles to be found around the blogging universe these days.
THIS one’s a little different.
The first half of this article is a good disaster-prep reminder you probably will NOT see many other places – but the second half offers a bit of help toward preventing those “emergencies” in our everyday lives.
Lots to learn from the Survivalists
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