One thing that I am passionate about is preparedness. It stems from my childhood I suppose. When I was 12 my father was injured badly at work and our family went through a very rough time. I was old enough to know that there was no money to buy food, and scared to think that the meal I just ate may be the last. Luckily, I had not paid attention to the storage room in our basement. It was creepy and there were little crawlies all over so I was not about to go down there and get attacked by something with 8 little legs.
My grandmother, an advocate of storing food for a rainy day had helped us prepare our family for those tough times. Those rainy days during that time of my life taught me a valuable lesson about being prepared for the worst and appreciating the best of times.
About 4 years ago I was introduced to Thrive Life. The flavor of their food impressed me. I jumped on board and have not regretted that I did. I use their products at least 3 times per week in the meals that I prepare for my family (sometimes everyday).
The biggest thing that I have realized is that we, as a society, are not in the mind-set for planning for the future. I’ve spoken to many people who say sure I have food storage, but they don’t know what they have or how it tastes. Or, they don’t know where to begin or even care that they should. We often think of the need for food storage in a major disaster and forget about the small things that creep into our lives daily.
I’m hosting a Facebook exclusive virtual party beginning today. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about starting your food storage, increasing it or just beginning to stock your pantry. We also offer many survival and camping items as well.
I am looking to build my team. I am looking for 10 individuals who would like to work from home. You may contact me on Facebook or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am holding a drawing for a Free Water Filtration Bottle on my Facebook page here today through May 22.
I am also in the process of building a preparedness blog with emergency preparedness and cooking with food storage at http://liveathrivinglife.blogspot.com/
Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to helping you set, reach and achieve your dreams of working from home and building your home store.