There is always a way to improve and be prepared for rougher times, here’s a list of online courses and books that can help you to survive them.
Viruses, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, major earthquakes, extreme blizzards, and other disasters could leave you trapped for several days. You and your family’s safety comes first, but if you’re able to stay in your house, you’ll need supplies, including food and water.
In case of lack of electricity, the food you already have in your refrigerator and freezer will keep cold for a day or two, but unless you have your own generator, you’ll need some things that don’t require electricity for storage or preparation. Plan ahead and keep an emergency food pantry stocked with healthy foods so you can feed your family until the disaster has passed.
“I’m definitely looking forward to the day when I stop working – if I ever stop working – I like the idea of keeling over in my tomato vines in Sardinia or northern Italy.” Anthony Bourdain Sardinia is one of those places I almost want to keep as a secret but so gladly will share…