Jennifer: Today I have my friend Misty Marsh back on the show. Podcast: Play in new window | Download She's a good friend of mine, and I just want to go ahead and read her bio because I always like to read the bio of my guest even if they've been on before, which she
Misty Marsh is a mom of four kids ages 5 through 8 and she is an emergency preparedness blogger and coach. She believes everyone can and should work toward being better prepared for life's ups and downs but she knows that doesn't mean emergency preparedness has to overtake your life. Through her blog, eBooks and eCourses she
With summer just days away, it's time for many college students to start thinking about summer jobs. You could try starting your own business this summer, but if you're not ready to take the plunge then there are still plenty of short-term jobs available that pay pretty well ($12 - $20 per hour on average).
This month (June, 2015), the US Census published a Natural Disaster or Emergency Preparedness survey, compiled from data gathered in 2013--I guess it took a while to make the pretty infographic. It asked 10 questions on how prepared American households are for a natural disaster or emergency lasting 72 hours. So what are your answers to
We are so lucky that we live less than twenty miles from an LDS cannery. There are only three in our state (Texas). Unfortunately, in some states there are none. You can go here to find out if there is a cannery near you. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) members are taught to be
When I first heard the word “prepper” I misread the word and thought I was reading “pepper”. The article was something like “How Preppers have grown in numbers.” Well, having a garden and an interest in growing a variety of plants, I clicked right over to read the article. After the first paragraph I realized