Were Headed Down this Path Again: Today we will dive deep into the Great Depression. An era that marked a pivotal period in American history! I’ll be sharing six different valuable insights into the creativity and resilience of Americans during those challenging times. We will also discuss the role of policy makers in preventing or causing another economic downturn in today’s society and how they can learn from history to create a more stable and prosperous future for all of us? The question is will they do that! We’ll see, listen on for more information.
Survival preparedness refers to the actions taken to ensure that one can survive and cope in the event of a natural disaster, pandemic, or other emergency situation. It involves assembling a kit of essential supplies, learning survival skills, and having a plan in place for communication and evacuation. This includes having non-perishable food and water, a first aid kit, a means of communication such as a radio, and tools to start a fire or signal for help. It also involves being informed about potential emergencies in one’s area and understanding how to stay safe in various scenarios. The goal of survival preparedness is to increase the chances of survival and reduce the impact of a disaster on oneself and loved ones.
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To be prepared, follow these steps:
Identify potential risks and hazards: Consider the specific challenges and dangers that you might face in different scenarios, such as natural disasters, pandemics, or financial emergencies.
Develop a plan: Write down a step-by-step plan that outlines what to do in case of an emergency. Make sure everyone in your household knows the plan and understands it.
Assemble a emergency kit: Keep a stock of basic supplies such as food, water, first-aid supplies, and a battery-operated radio. Make sure it is easily accessible.
Stay informed: Stay up-to-date on current events and weather reports, and sign up for emergency alerts in your area.
Practice and review: Regularly review your emergency plan and conduct regular drills to make sure everyone knows what to do.
Be financially prepared: Make sure you have a savings account for emergencies, and consider getting insurance for major assets and liabilities.
Know your resources: Familiarize yourself with local resources, such as hospitals, police stations, and emergency shelters.
By following these steps, you can increase your readiness and reduce the impact of emergencies on you and your loved ones.
*** EMERGENCY SUPPLY CHECKLIST***
#1 water 1 gallon per day per person
#2 non-perishable food/canned goods
#3 manual can opener
#4 paper goods and plastic goods
#5 Zip lock bags
#6 paper towels & toilet paper & baby wipes
#7 Extra glasses or contacts
#8 personal hygiene tooth brush, toothpaste, soap, Deodorant & baby powder
#9 feminine products
#10 All baby needs food, diapers ext
#11 pet supplies
#12 propane or gas stove to cook on with extra gas
#13 first aid kit a good one
#14 prescription drugs or non prescription drugs
#16 insect repellant
#17 change of clothes for everyone and 2 pair of extra socks
#18 tarps, sleeping bags, tent, some way to get shelter
#19 very important cordage to make shelter
#20 good shoes, boots waterproof
#21 Important documents in waterproof bag
#22 battery backup for you cell phone and extra charging cord
#23 a good map of your area you live in
#25 Books & games & toys for your kids
#26 pen pencil and note pad
#27 battery powered radio with extra batteries
#28 battery powered lantern, headlamp or flashlights
#29 candles and matches
#30 battery banks and solar chargers
#32 light sticks
#33 a good pocket knife
#34 basic tools
#36 shovel, saw, ax or anything that will cut up wood
#37 mask, safty glasses
#38 fire extinguisher
#39 all kinds of fire starters you name it bring it
#40 large trash bags they have many uses
#41 duct tape
#42 PATIENCE… to get you through the tuff times….