The May 2015 digital publication is now available and is a beautiful issue that explores some serious and important topics on Preparedness. We believe you will find this publication extremely valuable, so be sure to download and view the May digital publication of PREPARE Magazine.
We are so thankful to be celebrating the Fourth Year for PREPARE Magazine Digital Publication! We are grateful for the opportunity to serve and we certainly believe that the mission of PREPARE Magazine is vitally important now – probably more than ever before. Thank you to our wonderful Contributors and Subscribers who help us each month to share this special mission or reaching out to others, and we look forward to the months and years ahead.
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Spring can be one of the busiest times of year if you’re trying to be prepared. Spring Cleaning and Spring Gardening are two top priorities this time of year. Spring may be one of the seasons to check batteries in the fire alarms or flip your mattress. Still, ‘regular life’ continues while preparedness efforts move forward.
It’s no doubt that as the weather warms, most people are outside more. Perhaps you’re working in the garden, doing more outside chores or simply taking a hike. Often it seems that the pests have just snuck up on you and you’re being pestered. Trying to manage harmful insects without harming your plants, animals or yourself with harsh chemicals can be done. Getting Bugs to stop bugging you can take some creative planning. But if they don’t leave you alone and you or a loved one gets stung or bitten, it is important to know First Aid for Bug Bites and Stings ahead of time.
Maybe you’ve wondered just How to Begin a Food Storage Routine and this is the Season you’ve decided to jump in. Many people have the desire to learn more Do It Yourself skills for their food storage. Preserving Proteins: Meat, Eggs, and Beans is certainly one way to be more self-sufficient and do it yourself.
Now that you’ve read how to start storing food and preserving proteins yourself, let’s get cooking! If you’ve not heard of it before, you’ll love the passive ingenuity and the The Wonder of the Wonder Box plus there’s a DIY: Wonder Box Pattern Included to make your own! And we are pleased to announce Amy Barker as the winner of our Food Storage Recipe Contest. Be sure to try out her winning Recipe: Vegetarian Chili. Look for more contests coming soon!
Preparedness is not about just lengthy ‘to do’, ‘to make’ or ‘to buy’ lists. There is something deeper that is more mental, emotional, psychological and Spiritual to the journey. Practicing and Planning can have you prepared at any moment if you are mentally ready. Knowledge and Experience Equals Portable Preparedness. And one topic that we all will face one day is like addressing the elephant in the room, but is necessary. “Planning For Death: The Unpleasant Part of Preparedness” is a heartfelt account of one of our favorite authors who shares some of the lessons she learned through a very trying event.
Also, you know we are a no-zombie zone here at PREPARE Magazine. So you may be surprised to see the Pastor’s Perspective: Zombies are Real! Well, not all zombies are what you might expect. We hope you’ll see to correlation as you read. When you do, you can help others wake up to Real Life and be Prepared!
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