LDS Emergency Preparedness

Be Prepared, Not Scared!

About Me

I am a wife and mother who  lived in San Marcos (San Diego North County) for many years.  We moved (September, 2010) to Lake Elsinore in Riverside County.  Emergency preparedness is important and I want to share helpful information.  I gather correct information from reputable sources to post.

There are great resources on the Internet, and I dont want to duplicate information. My objective is to post current and reliable information that may be easy or quick to find when needed, and have it available in one place.

May what I have posted be useful.  Please leave your comments.

Please visit my other blogs:

Ideas on saving money and provident living: frugalprovidentandshrewd.wordpress.com/

Accurate information on a variety of topics: straightinfo.wordpress.com

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5 Responses to “About Me”

  1. Dave Crozier said

    Do you have a copy of a good Stake Emergency Plan you could share? Also, do you have any recommendations how to start up an excellent resource such as your website, specifically an online living Emergency Plan? Thank you, Dave
    Gilbert Arizona Stapley Stake High Council

  2. Hi, my name is Kris Johnson and I to am LDS and have come up with a solution to water storage and rotation you might be interested in. My website is http://www.titanreadywater.com. I came up with this idea for my mother after my father passed away so she would be prepared in an emergency. Everyone who sees it, loves it and i am trying to get it out to people as an option for water storage. Is you are focused in this area i would like any feedback you would have for me. Thanks!
    Kris Johnson
    Newberg, Oregon
    503-801-5242

  3. Great site, Elise! You are sharing quality information! Thanks for visiting my blog.

  4. Carissa said

    Hi Elise! I have learned so much from visiting your site, thank you for all your posts. I am searching for some information on daily servings of the different food storage items to ensure they last a full year. Everything is stored and calculated in lbs and gallons, but we cook in tsps, cups, etc. I was wondering if you’ve come across any info on a breakdown of daily serving size per person?

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