Be Prepared Blog Hop #3




As promised, it’s time for this week’s blog hop. Last week’s favorite post can be read here.

Go ahead and submit your article(s) for this weeks hop if you’d like. This week’s host will be John over at Geek Prepper.

Keep doing the stuff, my friends!

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Welcome to the Be Prepared Blog Hop!

Share with us your best posts on all things preparedness.

  • Link up to 3 posts and if you want to share some from your archives, that’s great, too.
  • Each week, one host will choose The Host’s Favorite Post, which then will be shared by all the hosts via the social media channel of their choice—Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, or all of the above. (Please Note: Linking up to this blog hop grants us permission to publish your post and/or photos on our blogs or social media channels as well as send you email notification of future blog hops.)
  • Don’t forget to link back to the hop (on any host’s blog) with a simple text link or grab our button below. Posts that aren’t linked back to the hop won’t be eligible for sharing.
  • Lastly, check out a few of the links others have shared before you.


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We can’t wait to see what great things you have to share with us!


Your Be Prepared Blog Hop Hosts:

Home Ready Home | Geek Prepper | Are We Crazy Or What? | Prepared Housewives | Survival Sherpa | Mom With a Prep


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2 thoughts on “Be Prepared Blog Hop #3

  1. Susan H

    Hi Todd and DRG,  I have never considered myself a “prepper” but as long as I can remember my mom has told everyone, ‘If there is ever a third world war GO FIND SUSAN !’ Sighs, I wish she would stop talking so much *smiles. Anyway, I am FAR from an expert, there is so MUCH I have learned from your site (and others) but I did want to share one of my finds…Antique Shops.  I was always fascinated with household appliances that did not require electricity. Over many year I have collected kitchen implements and assorted hand tools and once, when I was at a friends house who did not have an iron, I actually ironed an evening gown (for her daughter’s beauty pageant) with a frying pan heated gently on a gas stove.  Sometimes we all need a little help to get our brains thinking. Let’s face it, most of us have lived in a “ready to go” world for so long that we forget how to GET ready to go. Just browsing antique shops gave me insight into HOW things can be done if the need arises and it just might help others open up to “possibilities” :) 


    • You’re borderline genius, Susan! Ironing with a skillet – brilliant! I think ‘expert’ is highly overrated, by the way.

      DRG and I frequent antique shops a lot. I’m always looking for old hand tools reasonably priced and in good shape. We also hit yard and estate sales and have found some amazing stuff. You’re right, though Susan, we’re in a convenience driven world. Love your line, “Let’s face it, most of us have lived in a “ready to go” world for so long that we forget how to GET ready to go.” That’s going to make it in a post soon😀


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