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January 5, 2010

New Years Resolution

We've switched from 2009 into 2010. A new year brings new possibilities, and gives you a chance for a fresh start. Will 2010 be the year you decide to take your family's future into your own hands by getting prepared for a disaster? We're all at risk for some natural disaster no matter what area of the country you live in. Not only that but the country is also in the middle of an economic downturn with no end in sight. These factors alone should be enough to motivate you to get prepared.

A new year brings a lot of new years resolutions. Everything from losing weight to saving money. While most new years resolutions don't last, this new year needs to be different. This new year, make the resolution to get prepared. Don't make getting prepared a goal, make it a priority. Getting prepared is something that's very important, now more than ever. It could mean the difference in life and death for you or for your family, and it's not something that is hard to do. It is something that is going to take time, and hard work. But nothing worth having comes easy.

Sit down with your family and start discussing a preparedness plan. Set some money aside each week to put towards a food storage and other supplies you need. You won't be able to get prepared overnight but with a good plan and motivation you will be able to get prepared in a relatively short amount of time. So make 2010 the year that you decided to take your future into your own hands. Build a food storage, water storage, store medical supplies, flashlights, batteries, cooking methods, and everything else you would need if you didn't have running water or electricity. The chance of you needing those supplies, whether you have them or not, grows everyday.

What is your new years resolution?