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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

ALL New Cloth Diaper EStore

I finally got my new estore done with all of the cloth diapers that I am selling. NEW cloth diapers. Swaddlebees, Gerber, Kushies, and more. I really wanted some where that a mama could shop for all of her cloth diaper needs in one place and get great prices on NEW cloth diapers.

I hope that you will check it out and see what there is for sale. My Cloth Diaper Store

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Some Updates!

I figured out that my son's computer has a place for my Smart Media card from my camera! I can now take photos of stuff that I do and share it. Here is the photos of the day that I made homemade peanut butter. But for some reason the photos that I THOUGHT that I was taking of the whole process did not save or take or whatever.

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Coffee From Dollar Tree! Frugal & Not Too Bad!

I am always on the hunt for frugal items and things to be able to put back in the stockpile for a low cost. I got this coffee at The Dollar Tree to try. We tried it yesterday and I thought that it was OK. I am the type that thinks that coffee is coffee. As long as I have creamer and sugar I am fine. My husband had to make a second pot for himself to make it stronger, but he did say that " if he was stuck in a foxhole this coffee would hit the spot". So I guess , since it a $1.00 for a 50 cup/serving bag than it would be good to buy and put back. We would have to have coffee if anything happened.

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Monday, November 28, 2011

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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Provident Pantry Taco Mix Makes Yummy Chili!!

I made chili yesterday and used my Provident Pantry Taco Mix that I got from Emergency Essentials. I have to say that I loved it and noone in the family knew that it was not ground beef. Probably one of the best pots of chili that I have made. I also had added some of the Provident Pantry diced green peppers in it! Great chili and I will be buying more of the taco mix. You have to reconstitute the taco mix and the green peppers before you put it into the chili. But , that only takes about 10 minutes. In the morning I will be testing out some some coffee that I got at the Dollar Tree with FREE Shipping to a Dollar Tree Store!! Pick it up at one of our 3800 locations! . I also will be trying out some Tortilla Soup from - The most powerful food supply!!

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Saturday, November 26, 2011

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Nitro-Pak has been building 72 hour kits for over 18 years now. We've learned a few things along the ways like what's really needed in your kit and what is just fluff. We realized at the offset that QUALITY COMPONENTS were essential. Our designers scouted the competition. We found that many so call "72 hour kits" were woefully inadequate! Their packs or bags were made so cheaply they wouldn't last 2 days with my 1st grader! Many had surplus items like old lightsticks, woefully lacking in food or water, etc., just to make'm cheap. We knew we could do much better and we did.

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Hey, like you, I love a great deal just as much as anyone, but I HATE to be taken, you know, it looks good on the outside of the package but inside is nothing like you thought you were buying. To be truthful (other dealers will not like me telling you this), there is no 'standard' of what is required to make a "72 Hour Kit", so do a little investigation and know what you are really purchasing. Your decision to buy a quality 72 Hour Survival Kit should not be taken lightly.

No matter what your budget is or where you purchase your preparedness supplies and 72 Hour Survival Kits, look closely at what you are getting for your money. Do not just look at the price alone, but at the quality of components you are getting… top quality or much less.

Remember, what you are really purchasing is a 'Survival Insurance Policy' to protect you and your loved ones. Put together piece by piece yourself, our standard Executive 72 hour Survival Kit would cost over $185 to assemble. The saving is a real 20%. Now that's a great deal especially when you consider you're getting the $39 value Solar Dynamo AM/FM Radio Upgrade for just $18!

Here are some things to look closely at when shopping for a good quality 72 Hour Survival Kit:

1. Quality of the Bag:
Most the time the search stops right here. Look closely at the quality of the bag. It should be well constructed, made to take heavy-duty abuse, have easy carrying handles and if a backpack, have padded shoulder straps. Does it have extra room for you to add an old sweatshirt or light jacket? How about extra room to add a pair of old tennis shoes (in an evacuation you can walk or run faster in tennis shoes than dress shoes or heels). Remember, this bag is going to protect your "survival insurance" supplies and it had better be up to the task. It should be able to endure the punishment of bouncing around in the trunk of your car for years.

2. First-Aid Kit:
Look closely here. Most kits simply include a ziplock bag with a few bandaids and antiseptic wipes. Better kits will have a much broader selection of first-aid items and also include a comprehensive first-aid book. First-aid kits can range from the $2 types to the $30+ types. Be sure your kit has a wide range of various first-aid supplies.

3. Food:
Be careful here. Your kit should only have foods specifically made to be non-thirst provoking, provide high calories (for energy), be low in protein (requires less water of digestion), not affected by high heat (think, car trunk in the summer), have a long shelf-life and yet still tastes good. Lifeboat 'emergency food rations' are ideal for 72 hour kits and meet all these requirements like the food bars made by Datrex or Mainstay. We recommend only the 3600 calorie size bars (1200 calories per day for 3 days). Smaller sizes are woefully inadequate.

4. Water:
Your kit should include water. Some kits have none. The best way to store water in your kit is using U.S. Coast Guard Approved "Lifeboat" water ration pouches. They have a 5 year shelf-life. At a minimum you should have 3 to 4 pouches (4 oz each) per day per person (or means to collect and store more). No, that is not a lot of water, but remember, weight is always a factor and you may need to hike with your kit for some distance.

5. Flashlight & Radio:
Here is often where good quality kits differ dramatically from lesser quality ones. Does your kit come with a quality flashlight and include batteries, or is it the $1 store type? Is there a backup light source such as an instant lightstick or long burning candle? Does it include a good quality am/fm radio? A radio should be included so you can hear the latest news reports and updates. It is also a good moral booster. Be sure batteries are included and that you rotate them every couple of years (you might even want to add an additional set for added safety). A windup rechargeable solar/dynamo radio would even be even a better choice like the one that comes with this upgrade kit.

6. Shelter, Heat & Warmth:
Many low cost kits do not include much. Protection from the elements is important. A heavy mil thickness 'tube tent' makes a low cost shelter for 2 people and should be included in your kit (it can also be used as a signaling device). Your kit should also have several items to cover the basics of Heat & Warmth, too, such as a long burning candle with MATCHES (for light & heat), instant pocket hand warmers and a Space® Blanket for each person. As always, remember quality. Most companies will only use low cost inferior knockoffs.

7. Is the Kit Made for 1 or 2 People?
Most preparedness experts recommend having one or multiple kits that protect 2 people each. The reason for that is when disaster strikes, you'll be preparedness for both you and someone else (child, co-worker, etc).

We take pride in every kit we make. Our Executive 72 Hour Survival Kit has been designed to provide maximum protection for you and your loved one when disaster strikes. All the survival basics are covered, including food, water, shelter, first-aid, light, heat, sanitation, communication, and more. Comes packed in a premium quality, heavy-duty nylon backpack so that everything is easily accessible when you need it and has plenty of extra room inside for a light jacket and spare set of comfortable walking shoes.

Over the years we have kept improving this kit. It gets better & better. Our customers have told us that they selected our Executive 72 Hour Survival Kit for its compact size (easily fits in any car or truck), ease of carrying, quality of the components, and very attractive price. Weight was also a major consideration for us when developing this deluxe kit. Not so much for guys, but for women and teen age children. At under 20 lbs., this kit is easily meets this standard. Why not order one for home and work! Weight: 20 lbs

Here are some highlights of what you'll get in this kit:

* Premium Quality Water Resistant Nylon Backpack
with padded Shoulder Straps
* Heavy-Duty Tube Tent Shelter
* Deluxe 60 item First-Aid Kit
* 5 Year Shelf-Life Cookie Flavored Food Rations
* 5 Year U.S. Coast Guard Water Rations
* Emergency Space® Blankets
* 36 Hour Light/Heat Candle
* Protective Leather Gloves & Dust Masks
* Quality AM/FM Radio

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Friday, November 25, 2011

Stove for less than a buck

Stove for less than a buck

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Strategic Relocation!! Where is the safest place to live in USA??

This is a book that we all need. A great resource for finding the perfect and safest place to move our families too. Over 400 pages full of usefull info.

This is the long-awaited update of Mr. Skousen's classic book on relocation for security. Nearly 3/4 of this 3rd Edition is rewritten and it is expanded to 400 pages. In the process, the authors created all new graphics, charts and tables. There is also a new section on international retreat potential and 200 additional pages of analysis on every state and province of the US and Candada, complete with color maps.
The maps are chock full of detail, including private and public land use, satellite terrain features, military target areas, roads and graphic depictions of population density---one of our major threats to security in a crisis.

Despite the ongoing illusions of peace and prosperity, our world is getting less stable, not more. The economic foundations of the US and the world are all based on fiat money and are crumbling. Earthquakes, Hurricanes, War and terrorism are ever present threats, and the secondary effects of social unrest in large metropolitan areas will be disruptive and dangerous if there is a shortage of essential commodities that cause people to panic.

When you relocate or retire your prime concern should be long-term security, not recreation. Sometimes you can have both. This book is designed to help you relocate around serious threats and to develop contingency plans when you can't relocate due to work or family ties.

Strategic Relocation is more than just pointing out safe areas--simply because the safer the area, the harder it is, generally, to make a living and have access to the conveniences of life. For these reasons, relocation decisions are fairly complex, and Mr. Skousen walks you through all of the difficult choices and compromises that are inevitable in finding safety, without being totally isolated. This book has answers for nearly every situation.

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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Best Emergency Food Supply - Get It Before You Need It

Disasters are events that cause disruption to one's life, earthquakes, tsunamis, fires and flash floods to name a few. Catastrophes occur at the most unexpected times and most people are not prepared for these occurrences. We can never prevent them since they are caused by forces of nature. The only thing we can do is equip ourselves with items such as the best emergency food supply list that will be handy if and when such things happen.

Emergency Supply Checklist

A checklist of items for the emergency food supply that will be needed for weeks of survival is a must. It should include the basic necessities like food, water, flashlights and clothes. In this article, we will discuss the need to purchase the best emergency food supply before these this occurs.

Everyone needs to purchase the best emergency food supplies that are necessary during times of crisis. No one can ever tell when the next storm will hit or an earthquake occurs. Being prepared and aware is an advantage to any family. An emergency food supply list should be kept and maintained. It should include a variety of foods, fruits and vegetables that can supply energy in the long run.

Non-Perishable Foods

Canned fish and meat is something you should incorporate in your inventory of items. They have longer duration of expiration period and they are nutritious as well. Canned tuna for example is rich in Omega-3 which is good for the heart. During these times, canned fruits and vegetables are deemed essential as well and should occupy a big part of the food supply. Our health should be our priority and not compromised as much as possible. Crackers are light foods but can somehow satisfy one's hunger so this is required in the list of stored items.

Juice boxes that don't need refrigeration are beneficial since they contain a number of vitamins and minerals. An electrolyte drink that replenishes the fluid and electrolyte loss of the body is a valuable item to include. It is convenient for people with illness and dehydration so consider adding this in the food supply inventory. If you want to stay alive, mineral water in bottles may also come handy. It's a challenging task to look for a source of potable water during floods.

Multivitamins should be packed as well; it can provide the body's missing nutrients, so don't forget to include this in the best emergency food supply list. Protein rich foods like dried meats will suffice to meet the protein requirements of an individual. Cereals are also included in the emergency food supply list. It can also be repacked in Ziploc bags to prevent the flood water from soaking the contents.

This checklist of the foods and supplies you will need is just a guideline. If you are planning to stuff a bag for future use, always consider the items that have a longer shelf life and filled with nutrients. Take with you the food stuffs that will be enough for your family for about a week.

Keep in mind that evacuation centers are crowded with victims who will compete with you during allocation of donated goods, so gathering foods now will be in your best interest. The best emergency food supply that you have collected may be necessary if you get trapped in buildings or you can opt to donate them to those who are in need.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!! Some FREE Books For You!!!

I hope that you all have a great Thanksgiving. Here are some free books to read. When you go to their pages you will see more great free books.

Enjoy these.

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Why People Don't Prepare for Emergencies When They Should!

This emergency preparedness guide is not designed for the SHTF, TETOWAKA, or so-called 'survivalist' community but rather focuses on proven techniques that could save your life. This is a no-nonsense approach to personal disaster planning for the average person and is based on information from responsible aid organizations like the Red Cross, The Federal Emergency Management Agency, from industry professionals, and from my own training in homeland security.

Why You Should Prepare

Preparing for an emergency situation is often overlooked in the fast pace of modern life and there are many reasons to consider having at least a weeks worth of emergency supplies so that you and your family can survive until help arrives.

Most people take emergency responders for granted, not that they don't value their services, but that it is assumed that they will be there when needed; this is not always the case.

In the event of a large scale emergency, first responders and their resources will be quickly exhausted thanks to a sudden increase in demand.

First responders often become victims of disasters as their vehicles and equipment are often rendered useless until roads and debris are cleared.

Depending on the scale of the disaster it could take several days for outside emergency crews to respond from neighboring towns or states. (During Hurricane Katrina Helicopter Rescue Crews responded as from as far away as Kodiak, Alaska)

Budgeting constraints often leave local emergency services woefully understaffed and under equipped for average duty, let alone during a catastrophe.

Many people don't realize that they need to prepare for an emergency because they don't live in areas traditionally affected by natural disasters but there are literally hundreds of disaster scenarios that can occur anywhere and at anytime.

Possible Scenarios You May Not Have Considered:

Severe Seasonal Flooding
A prolonged mass power outage
Severe winter storms that shut down roadways
Prolonged public utility outages
Water shortages due to drought or contamination
Terrorist attacks involving Chemical Biological Radiological or Nuclear weapons
Naturally occurring epidemic
Wild fires
Food supply contamination (ie: E.coli or salmonella)

Despite the fact that many disasters can occur anywhere and at anytime, many people simply refuse to submit to reality and ready themselves for an emergency situation. Let's take a look at some of the reasons that people do not prepare.

Why People Don't Prepare

The most common reason that people don't prepare for a disaster scenario is that they don't think it could happen to them. This is an absolute falsehood and simple psychology plays a major factor into this phenomenon.

One of the problems that contributed to the horrific aftermath of Hurricane Katrina was that the previous year a large hurricane had hit the Gulf Coast and had very little effect. Many people decided to ride out Katrina under the assumption that it would be as harmless as the previous storm; tragically this was not the case.

People's brains are hard wired to assume that nothing devastating will ever happen to them because most disaster scenarios are extremely different from their normal experience.

In order to successfully prepare for a disaster we must discard this way of thinking and really on hard facts, data, and science. We must also change the societal stigma associated with disaster preparedness.

Many people associate disaster preparedness tactics, like food storing, to be the past-time of the paranoid militia types; this couldn't be further from the truth.

Non-partisan organizations like the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Red Cross suggest that everyone have several supplies set aside for emergencies.

Being prepared is neither a Boy Scout motto nor a paranoid slogan, but rather an intelligent decision taken by individuals looking out for their own well being and the well being of their families.

Mark R. Seme studied political science in college, is a veteran of several campaigns, and is a life long student of politics. In 2011 Mark founded the website Saturday Night Politics, a political commentary site that takes the spin out of politics by focusing on pragmatism instead of partisanship.

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