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It must have been more than 25 years ago when I bought a peach colored set of silk long underwear. Many winters they just sat in the bottom dresser drawer, seeing as how Phoenix rarely experiences [...]
A few days ago I posted a first-person account of what life was like when hundreds of thousands of people in West Virginia discovered just how tainted their city water was. They couldn’t drink it, use [...]
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What does a beautiful blonde, jars of chutney, and the Haitian earthquake of 2010 have in common? Diane Deveraux, The Canning Diva! This blonde mom of 2 busy kids started her professional life as an emergency [...]
What a year 2013 was for The Survival Mom blog, radio network, and for me, personally. This site received more than 1.5 million visits, an amazing number! I so appreciate you, the reader, for your continued [...]
This great giveaway is the next to the last in my series for the holidays, and it has something for every guy in your life! First, for the electronics-junkie, we have a Duracell Powermatt ”24 Hour Power [...]
New Years Resolution time is only a month away. Bad news, I know. Two of the most common resolutions for most people is to get in shape and get organized. I’ve found over the years that [...]
This article was written by Jodi and Julie of Food Storage Made Easy fame. It was one of their most popular articles this year. You can listen to Jodi and Julie every other Thursday on The [...]
I don’t usually post articles from my newsletter, but with the re-broadcast of “American Blackout” coming up on Wednesday, November 13, I thought I’d share this from my October 28, email. NatGeo’s latest survival show, [...]
Water storage is so important that I spent an entire chapter of my book talking about how and where it should be stored. In this month’s mega-giveaway, you have a chance to give your own water [...]
Click HERE to download the complete lesson and study sheet. As a mom, it’s sometimes hard to set priorities. Is it more important to get dinner ready, put the laundry in the dryer before it molds, [...]