CHALLENGE ~ WEEK 1
Prepare @ Home
January 1, 2022 ~ January 8, 2022
FIRST Thing First ~ PREPARE @ HOME
The first place to start your preparedness journey is at home.
Determine what you are preparing for. (Earthquake, Flood, Wildfire, EMP, etc.)
Determine how long you want to prepare for, 3 days, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, etc.
Determine how many people you are preparing for.
Locate a place for your home pantry.
Locate a supply area to store your 72 Hour Kit and supplies.
SKILLS OR DRILL
Take inventory of what supplies you already have in your home that would be needed during an emergency or disaster. See Journal Page links below.
Gather the long shelf life foods. Ie: canned goods, pasta, rice, beans, dehydrated and freeze dried foods. Place in pantry location.
Purchase various sizes of air tight food grade storage containers for your food and storage totes for your supplies. Place those items in the pantry or supply area.
In addition, we recommend that you use the FREE Food Storage Calculator from EZ Prepper. This will help you determine how much food you will need for your family.
Save $1, any amount that your budget will allow. Save something. See Journal Page links below.
Journal Links (Go to the Preparedness Journal Tab for more documentation.)
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