The theme for the February 2014 issue of PREPARE Magazine offers information and resources that turn our attention to being prepared with our personal and home safety. This is an important topic and one that everyone needs to consider in their preparedness planning. In crisis situations, have a place where you and your family can feel secure is essential. This issue offers great resources and information that will help you begin making preparations now.
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Preparing your food, your water and your alternative transportation are always topics in which we can improve our skill set. These topics usually top the list for most people who see the need to prepare. But having all your goods and skills is a moot point if you do not feel safe. That’s why most of the February 2014 Digital issue of PREPARE Magazine is dedicated to Personal & Home Safety.
Of course we have other areas within our pages to share and help round out your preparedness adventure. An article that may help to explain who we are to others is entitled What is “Prepping?” – Really. It’s always great to feel connected and see what’s going on in the Community Connections and to hear from Readers Like You who are on this journey too. And grounding our priorities properly in preparedness is imperative and covered in The Pastor’s Perspective: Preparation and Problems.
Fire, Home and Personal Safety are such foundational elements of preparedness but we sometimes over look them. However, Personal & Home Safety takes center stage in this digital issue of PREPARE Magazine. We want you to see The Role of Awareness in Personal Safety and learn about Alarm Systems On-the-Go. One of the Problematic Paradigms is My Secured Home and the different approaches that can be taken to feel safe. What works best? And in case the budget is a little short, if you’ve Got a Dollar try some Cheap Home Security options. If you’ve ever wondered about self-defense for personal safety, have you also wondered: Do Preppers Want Martial Arts or Self-Defense? And don’t forget the new installment of, The Thunder Bird, in the instructional story series: Apache Knife Fighting and Battle Tactics where you’ll learn protective skills through the art of imagery.
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