The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress

Week of June 3, 2013– Order The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress as part of the Bundle of the Week #23: Homesteading.  Get 5 eBooks for $7.40! Click here to learn more. 

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Several week’s ago I was sent a digital copy of The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress.  This book is a great guide for those beginning their journey toward preparedness or a great check list for those already on the journey.  From the beginning of the book this quote really sets the tone for what this book is all about;

“Being prepared for an emergency is a prudent thing. Each day, the news is filled with accounts of floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters. How many of the people involved were actually ready to face the aftermath of these disasters? How many became dependent on others for their every need?”

The book goes on to talk about how natural disasters are not all we need to be concerned about. The economy, unemployment and lower wages are also something to consider. The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress can help you prepare today for the unexpected tomorrow.

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This book is divided into three sections. The first section is all about Preparing to Prepare. The first steps that every person/family should take before completely diving into full preparedness. These are simple things like making sure you have adequate insurance coverage and can access that coverage in the event of an emergency. If your house flooded would you be able to call your insurance company? I hate to admit that this is something I didn’t even think about! You’ll also learn the basics of food and water storage and 72 hour kits in this section.

Section two goes in depth for preparing your house.  This provides great information on food storage, clothing, heating, lights, sanitation and more.

Section three takes you even further with menu plans, information on foraging, laundry, first aid and getting the entire family involved.

While this book was written for those who find themselves running to the store whenever a storm warning is issued  I couldn’t help but wish that this would have been available when my husband and I started our preparedness journey. It is so well laid out and organized that following this guide will help to avoid missing important components. I think this book is a great way to make sure that we have covered all of bases for basic preparedness.

This book is 175 pages and is available in paperback or Kindle version (from Amazon).

Week of June 3, 2013– Order The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress as part of the Bundle of the Week #23: Homesteading.  Get 5 eBooks for $7.40! Click here to learn more. 

 

 

 

I highly recommend The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress.

 

 

Disclosure: This book was provided to me free of charge for the purpose of providing an unbiased review.  All opinions are my own.  The links to Amazon in this post are affiliate links. If you make a purchase originating from one of my links I will receive a commission. Thank you!

Week of June 3, 2013– Order The Untrained Housewife’s Guide to Getting Prepared: Surviving Emergencies Without Stress as part of the Bundle of the Week #23: Homesteading.  Get 5 eBooks for $7.40! Click here to learn more (this is an affiliate link). 

 

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Millie

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