This is going to be a short post, scratch that… a brief confession that I’m not as prepared as I like to think (or even admit to). You see, I LOVE to find and read information, from other people’s blogs to ever book and PDF file I can get my hands on. As you might also suspect I enjoy buying–I mean collecting–an assortment of preparedness gadgets and supplies as well.
The problem is that, although I HAVE a lot of stuff (and some knowledge), I haven’t actually used a lot of either. Unfortunately, this is about as bad not even having the supplies and knowledge in the first place! So, I’m vowing to myself (and to you the reader) that I will begin to use what I have and report what I learn, including my successes and failures.
So, here’s my request to you: If you’re in the same boat so-to-speak, then get off your rear and start learning to use one new item or do at least one new task each week. That’s my goal. In so doing, we can learn together and be better prepared as a result.
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