A Giveaway in Honor of National Preparedness Month

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I work with a group of bloggers who are teaching me-a homesteader-how to prepare for an emergency. I have been visiting each of their blogs, liking their Facebook pages and sharing information that I think that my readers would like. This giveaway is an opportunity for my readers to visit their blogs and facebook pages as well. Please click the rafflecopter link to find the instructions on how to win this giveaway. By doing this, you too will be able to enjoy their blogs as well as mine.

Now, go into the world and prepare while you are–Sharing life’s Abundance!

Giveaway Details for $100 Giveaway:

In honor of National Preparedness Month (www.Ready.gov/Prepare), the Homestead Bloggers Network is hosting a giveaway to help you become better prepared for any potential emergency situation. Not only do you need to create an emergency family plan, but you need to have some basic supplies at the ready. The winner of this giveaway will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card to help them get everything on their family’s preparedness list!

The giveaway will end 11:59pm on September 22, 2014. Open to US residents, 18 and older only and void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary – chances of winning depend on number of entries received.

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About sharinglifesabundance

I am a backyard food producer. I grow 800 square feet of organic vegetables in the desert year round.
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10 Responses to A Giveaway in Honor of National Preparedness Month

  1. Mary says:

    We have earthquakes, wind storms taking out electricity, and potential volcanic eruptions

  2. LindaW says:

    We can have flooding and tornadoes, but winter storms are really our main concern. When then power goes out in the winter, our heating and water (well pump) go out as well. generator or batteries/solar panels are the next big home investment for us.

  3. Melissa says:

    Tornadoes are a small possibility, but wind and winter storms are our main threat here. If we lose power for a few days, we have no secondary heat source or alternative cooking methods. Eventually we want a generator, but that’s a little ways down the road.

  4. Molomatic says:

    We worry about earthquakes here. I’d buy a gas shutoff wrench and a water bladder for the bathtub. Thanks!

    • Molomatic-I grew up in California and remember the closet door in my bedroom shaking during an early morning earthquake. I thought that this was proof that there was indeed a monster in my closet that only lived there between dusk and dawn.

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