In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
If Lehman's can plant a seed for a prepping mindset that is great. But after those first steps I’d be quick to suggest they read Patrice's 'Seven Core Areas of Preparedness'. It is an awesome thought-provoking outline for planning.http://www.rural-revolution.com/search?q=Seven+Core+Areas+of+PreparednessDock Guy
Folks who know me at work know I prep. They think I'm prepping for some kind of "zombie apocalypse." Though my prepping goes farther than FIMA would recommend (months (and growing), versus days), my focus is on the day-to-day. A disaster can be anything from a two-hour power outage to a major earthquake. My approach to prepping; start from where the lights go out, and work outward...
I rather enjoy power outages. After days it gets old, but short ones are fun and good practice for making long ones perfectly tolerable.
When I went to the linked site I was immediately accosted by a grey screen pop-up. So I closed the site. I don't support others control of my computer. I'm very glad your site doesn't use them, or I would be deprived of your wisdom.