In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my guest is Jane, the “Mom With A Prep”. A few years ago, Jane began to feel unprepared for any kind of emergency that could affect her family. So she, along with her husband and children, began getting prepared through learning healthy cooking, self-sufficiency, and survival skills. Jane has a special place in her heart for equipping children with important survival skills, and you’ll see this come up again and again as we visit.
Get to know Jane and her family through the links and information below, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week! Visit the show notes for links and more: KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/55.
On this edition of Pet Prep Radio with Sheri “The Organic Pet Lady”, we celebrate the Holiday Season with a show on preparing to bring a new pet into the home for the holidays-Bringing a new horse, dog or cat into a new family during the Holiday can be stressful for both the human and the pet!
Offering super important tips to think about when considering what kind of pet, how to prepare the family and thoughts about making the very important decision of bringing a new animal home, you may hear suggestions that you may not have considered! This will be the intro show to a 3 part series about this topic!
Whether you are considering the option to adopt a pet or bring one into the family from a reputable breeder, this is a must hear show! Also, enjoy our newest feature on Pet Prep Radio, music from some great unsigned bands-This week we welcome one of Cleveland’s own from the Metal Scene, the band, “Shades of Remembrance” and their newest project, “VEIL”!
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Join the Hostess of Your Preparation Station, Donna Miller with her special guest Tess Pennington. She wrote “A Prepper’s Cookbook” and is the owner of the website ReadyNutrition.com. Donna and Tess have a great time talking about food and of course prepping.
The previous four parts of WSMR have presented the physical science and physiological principles behind staying warm in winter. If you can keep all parts of your body warm, then winter and cold weather are not an issue. Once you know how things actually work you can find or build whatever you may need.
With all of this back ground, in today’s class and subsequent classes we will be applying this new understanding to take care of the body with proper clothing, nutrition, attitudes and practices. When properly executed there can be no suffering in the cold and cold injuries impossible.
We’ll explore where layering fits in the scheme of winter clothing, what their limits and problems are along with how to tune them up for best performance. The last third of the program will be on clothing evaluation to give you an idea of how to look at winter clothing with performance in mind and not just rely on slick ads, hangtags and well meaning salesmen expounding habits and traditions used in the winter.
Jim Phillips is a nationally known speaker and teacher who has professionally taught thousands of classes all across the United States for 40 years.
Jim is a strong advocate of self-reliance living and family preparedness. He developed an entire preparedness curriculum by asking himself the question “What if?” and then setting out to discover what actually does and does not work.
Doctor Prepper interviews Dennis Evers, a former cop and a police chief, who now lives the lifestyle of a prepper with his family in the mountains of Colorado. His easy–to-use book helps other preppers deal with the daily crises that arise in life, when emergencies strike. His son-in-law, an ER physician, assisted in the writing of this worst-case scenario book, aptly named How to Handle a Crisis. At less than $10, this valuable resource will fit anywhere for instant reference.
Dennis has written for years in his spare time about disaster preparedness and recovery, and terrorism and business continuity for some of the most prestigious security, business and government-oriented publications in the US, most of them on assignment. His emergency response book has sold over 160,000 copies globally to police, fire, the Secret Service, all branches of the military and government, and is used by numerous Fortune 500 companies as an emergency S.O.P.
How to Handle a Crisis is for individuals, groups, institutions and businesses that want a simple, quick reference for virtually all threats––from tornadoes to terrorism and bomb threats to broken bones.
Dennis’ first published book, The Pocket Partner, has sold more than 150,000 copies worldwide, and is used by professional responders, emergency services, the military, governments, corporate giants that include airlines, aircraft builders, theme parks, computer manufacturers, universities, schools, hospitals, as well as individuals.
The aim of pursuing a self-reliant lifestyle is to incorporate the richness of our natural world into the joys of living…even in our modern age. Comforts of technology should be had in moderation…and in near-zero temperatures, moderation should be had in quantities, as in available hot water off-grid style.
Mary Rowbury, Author of Grab ‘n’ Go Essential Document Organizer, discusses how fires can become life threatening in minutes and tornadoes can happen in an instant! She explains how your important documents can be ready to go in a flash.
With 25 years of experience as an insurance professional, Mary Rowbury provides the forms so you can create your own emergency binder, filled with essential records––your family information, important contacts, financial documents, passports, medical records, and much more. Mary tells of her experiences with fires in her community.
Gain peace of mind knowing that this binder is at your fingertips when you need it most. Available in print and PDF download.
My mother recently pulled the grandma card on me after I scolded my son Joshua for playing with fire. She vividly recounted how I “almost burned down the garage and the neighbor’s house” at the very same age as Joshua. She’s right; things could have quickly turned upside down…but thank heaven that I’ve survived & harnessed my fun with flames.
This Rock Flame Bowl is perfect for that cozy get together with friends and family, or an evening all alone sipping cocoa.