Dec12012

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Get started on your emergency preparedness plan with these downloads!

If you have a copy of my book, Survival Mom, you’re already familiar with the emergency preparedness plan worksheets found at the end of each chapter.

I created worksheets for water and food storage, home organization, home emergencies, home and personal security, financial survival, making connections with other preparedness-minded moms, and what I call “Preparedness on the Go.” My publisher has graciously allowed me to post some of those emergency preparedness plans here on the blog, so I chose the ones that are unlike similar forms in the Resources section.

Hope these are helpful! (They are also listed on the Resources page, “FREE Downloads”.)

 

 

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I'm the original Survival Mom, and have been helping moms worry less and enjoy their homes and families more for 5 years. Come join me on my journey to becoming more prepared to handle everyday emergencies and worst case scenarios.

(5) Readers Comments

  1. I found your book at our local Fred Meyer store. I’ve read through it once, now I’ve started in with the highlighter! I’m glad to say I’ll have to pick up another copy because this one is already rather sad looking!
    Excellent work! I’ve got to tell you that when I write to my elderly cousin she says my letters sound just like I am in the room talking to her. Well, I feel the same way about your book. It is just like you are sitting there chatting.
    Thanks!

  2. Thanks so much for the worksheets. My Survival Mom book is on my Kindle; so, it would be hard to get the worksheets.

  3. I just got interviewed by the local paper on the subject of prepping. Based on the questions and comments of the reporter it will be a serious article not gotcha gonzo journalism like so many in the media do. After I determined that she was honestly interested in facts your book and website were the first examples I gave her to illustrate the why and how of realistic prepping in a risk filled world. Thanks for all you do!

  4. Great information. I am a firm believer in creating a family disaster plan and having food storage and survival gear.

  5. Why do I find nothing but a note about what I should be able to find in your resources section when I click on it? I had tried before and got the same thing. How do I get to the actual content when clicking on “resources” at the top of the page just gives me that comment?

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