Monday, July 16, 2007

Can You Feed Yourself?

I was just checking the top Digg's at and saw someone posted an article about this. My husband and I were just talking about this the day before yesterday. We looked around the hills here in California and were stunned to think how many people would suffer if there was an emergency for food and water.

No one has more than a few days supply of food and water, if that. Most people live in ignorance that it's all ok, it'll never happen to me.
But what's become of our natural instinct of survival?
Our natural instincts have been suppressed to the point that our government has full control over what we eat, drink and spend. (cashless society is coming-you've seen the commercials, right?) Ok, enough consipiracy stuff.
It's just common sense to have your butt covered in an emergency. So what's stopping you from just stockpiling some supplies for a few more weeks?

Nearly everyone in America has gone camping at least once in their lives. So you know how to survive at least a weekend with proper planning. So keep your camping supplies well stocked and in an easily accessible place. Go to for tons of great information on how to keep the cost down and get your camping gear and supplies for a lot less than just going to buy it somewhere.
There are a lot of fantastic resources to make sure you're prepared. Don't let another week go by without doing this!

Spread the word! You wouldn't believe how many people I talk to just aren't even able to implement action to these words.

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Little Ones Can Walk For The Cure Too!

Dear Eco-Friends,
I have a soft spot for helping and when a friend's 7 year old daughter joined HeartWalk For The American Heart Association to raise funds for research, I was touched.
It doesn't matter how young or old you are, it seems everyone has been affected by heart disease. I know I have. So here's more on what she's doing. Check out the website link below, and donate to her, or her team to help raise funds, it's really important!
The American Heart Association is the largest voluntary health organization working to prevent, treat and defeat heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases.
These diseases devastate millions of people of all ages and kill more than 910,000 Americans each year.
To fight cardiovascular diseases, the association supports research, education and advocacy and helps heart disease and stroke patients. Research we've funded has led to such major advances as: - CPR - bypass surgery - artifical heart valves - pacemakers - clot-busting drugs - high blood pressure medication

Each year we train more than 9 million emergency medical services personnel, healthcare professionals and citizens in Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Millions of volunteers and supporters all across America help us help fight heart disease and stroke and make it possible for all people to live longer, better lives.
To find out how you can help, please go to: Abrianne's Team Page
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