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Thankful - The Ready Center

Well, today is the day.  It’s the one day of the year when everyone (supposedly) takes a moment to be grateful for even the little things we have been blessed with.

The Ready Center is still a new entity in many ways.  We have only been in existence for a little over a year.  Yet despite our relatively short existence, we have so much to be thankful for.

We are thankful for you allowing us to help shape your individual and family preparedness plans.  We are thankful for you supporting this project by making purchases at our Ready Center Store.  And we are thankful for you caring enough about your loved ones to take preparedness seriously.  We are honored to be even a small part of it.

Today as we enjoy the Thanksgiving tradition, we ask that you please take the time to remember and pray for our service men and women who are unable to be with their families.

And if you have a moment, please take the time to comment below and tell us what you are thankful for.  We’d love to hear all about it.

Forever Thankful for You and Your Support,

The Ready Center

Thankful - The Ready Center





$10 Bill The Ready Center

Article submitted by Brian S. Kiefat @ The Ready Center

It’s that time again!  Time for what…?  Time to take seriously the safety and preservation of you and your family.  Time to take a moment and plan ahead.  Time to pull $20 out of your wallet and invest it in your future.  This month we recommend you take your 20 big bucks and exchange them for two $10 bills.  And for good reason…

As part of the Prepping on $20 a Paycheck series, the goal is to have you stocked with water, food, a pack full of supplies, and $100 emergency cash stocked away for REALLY rainy days.  When it comes to the “cash on hand”, we should all already have the following:

  1. One roll of quarters
  2. Ten $1 bills
  3. Four $5 bills

Total Amount So Far: $40

Today, we want you to bump up your post-apocalypse money stash up to a whopping $60.  The plan is to purposely vary your emergency cash denominations with the intent of you not losing money during barter/haggle (more…)