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Prepared Not Unprepared - The Ready Center

Below is a link to a very short narrative sharing two fictitious conversations that take place immediately after an EMP attack on the United States. One conversation is between a husband and wife who are prepared for disasters. The other is between a husband and wife who are NOT prepared for disaster.

Although it is a very short read (3-5  minutes), it does an excellent job of communicating the possible realities of those who prepare, and those who do not.  Enjoy.

And as always, if we can help you and your family prepare in anyway, we would be honored to do so.

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Highway The Ready Center

Article submitted by Brian S. Kiefat @ The Ready Center

Imagine this scenario: You lose electricity for a couple of weeks starting this evening.  Now look around your house and ask yourself a few questions. How would you cook?  How would you bathe or shower?  How would you keep you and your kids warm.  What would you use to keep your kids (more…)

Mac & Cheese The Ready Center

Article submitted by Brian S. Kiefat @ The Ready Center

Water?  Check.  Backpack containing knife and flashlight(s)?  Check.  So what’s next you ask…  A machine gun!  Duh!  Just kidding.  This pay period we recommend you cover one of the basic necessities of life:  Food.

What exactly you choose to get and how much you choose to get will depend upon your family size and dynamic.  This article, we will not be providing you with a rock solid recommendation on what exactly you should purchase.  Instead we will lay out some of the better options you have and (more…)

The Ready Center Freebie 1

Article submitted by Shirley Ready @ The Ready Center

I don’t know about a free lunch, but I’ve recently started to acquire a large number of free samples from companies who are willing to send their products directly to my house.  In fact, I was surprised to find how much free stuff is really out there for grabs! I don’t like to spend a lot of time searching for freebies, but there are a number of sites that post sample announcements for you.  Some that I’ve tried flop badly or are frustrating to use, while others have been quite a success. (more…)

Survival Cap

Article submitted  by Brian S. Kiefat @ The Ready Center

In this series of articles we are covering “The 4 Basic Prepping Categories” which focus on your primary needs if you would ever have to endure an emergency or hardship.  These 4 basic categories are water, food, shelter, and security.  In our first article we covered the basic planning involved to cover the water needs of you and your loved ones.  If you haven’t read that article yet, click here.  In part 2 of this series, we are going to go over the second category covered in the 4 basic prepping categories, food.

Food – There are many well documented cases of people surviving long bouts without food.  (examples: Mahatma Gandhi – 21 days, Mitsutaka Uchikoshi- 24 days, (more…)