How do you organize your preparedness information?
This is Day 1 and it’s all about how to organize preparedness information. Our goal over the next four weeks is to help you realize every aspect of preparedness. Each day covers a different idea, skill or tool you can use to get prepared.
You are going to get a ton of information!
- -In week 1 you will learn about ways to get your family plan together. How to communicate, help your pets and what to do to set is all up the right way.
- -Week 2 covers getting your gear in shape. Learn about lighting, cooking, shelter and tools, then get ready to practice!
- -Week 3 is all about storage. We’ll cover best practices for water, food and go kits – plus food preservation.
- -Week 4 is going to get your skills in shape! Make a fire the right way, brush up on first aid and learn what to do if there is no running water and you’ve “got to go”.
I like to keep a binder handy when I am learning new things. You just never know what will prove to be the most important bit of information. Take some time today, on Day 1 to set up a place to gather your notes and ideas.
This will become your handy reference area for the next 30 days. Here’s what you need:
- Get yourself a 2″ binder
- Note paper
Going paperless? Create a new folder in your Evernote account called 30 Days of Preparedness, and start saving the posts there. Create a note inside that folder and call it your “buy list” for the items you learn about and want to purchase.
But remember if you are really going to use this material as a reference, you need a way to view it offline in an emergency.
Thanks for joining the Prepared Bloggers as we work our way through 30 Days of Preparedness. September is National Preparedness Month so you will find everything you need to get your preparedness knowledge and skills into shape.
Take one post each day, learn as much as you can about the topic and make it a part of your preparedness plan.
Day 1 – Ready, Set, Get Prepared! Welcome to 30 Days of Preparedness from PreparednessMama
Day 2 – The Family Meeting Place and Escape from Laughingbear Adventures
Day 3 – I’m Safe! How to Communicate with Family in an Emergency from PreparednessMama
Day 4 – Does Your Family Have a Fire Escape Plan? from Home Ready Home
Day 5 – Preparedness For Pets from The Busy B Homemaker
Day 6 – The Escape Exercise from Laughingbear Adventures
Day 7 – It all Falls Apart Without Mental Preparedness from PreparednessMama
Day 8 – It’s a Matter of Emergency Kits from A Matter of Preparedness
Day 9 – Nine Great Emergency Light Sources Other Than Flashlights from Food Storage & Survival
Day 10 – Cooking Without Power from Mama Kautz
Day 11 – The Importance of a Shelter & Staying Warm and Dry from Trayer Wilderness
Day 12 – The Importance of Having The Right Tools In Your Pack from Trayer Wilderness
Day 13 – Practice Living Without Electricity from Food Storage Made Easy
Day 14 – How We Choose The Right Gear – (including the MultiFlame Tool) from Trayer Wilderness
Day 15 – Water Storage & Purification from The Busy B Homemaker
Day 16 – Food and Water for a 72 Hour “Go Bag” from Homestead Dreamer
Day 17 – 8 Foods You Should Be Storing and How from Melissa K Norris
Day 18 – Planning Your Pantry from The Organic Prepper
Day 19 – Stocking Up on Non-Food Items from Living in Rural Iowa
Day 20 – Dutch Oven Cooking: Off-Grid Before Off-Grid Was Cool from The Backyard Pioneer
Day 21 – Preserving and Canning the Harvest from Timber Creek Farm
Day 22 – Personal Protection & Awareness from Living in Rural Iowa
Day 23 – KISS First Aid from Herbal Prepper
Day 24 – Mommy, I have to go Potty! from Mom With a Prep
Day 25 – Fire Starting 101: The Why and How of Lighting a Fire for Survival from Food Storage & Survival
Day 26 – How to Filter and Purify Water from Prepared Housewives
Day 27 – How To Make A Shelter from Trayer Wilderness
Day 28 – Put Your Preps to the Test with 24 Hours Unplugged from The Organic Prepper
Day 29 – What Is Char and Why You Should Have It To Start A Fire from Trayer Wilderness
Day 30 – How To Utilize Bushcraft Skills and Forage From The Wild from Trayer Wilderness