We are also focusing on gathering our sanitation supplies. This one thing is so important but easily overlooked. In a disaster, how are you going to handle your situation? I've put some links on my list to some articles that may get you thinking. Next week I will have a great giveaway for a The Go Anywhere Portable Toilet from CleanWaste. Yes, you heard that right.
But I'm busy, busy right now gearing up for my son's wedding in April. Very excited for him! But I will be running hard this month. So if my posts are brief (are they ever?) then you'll understand.
I also want to suggest a recent article called "Everyday Home Storage" by Emily Jamison in the Ensign magazine which may help those of you trying to do your food storage in small spaces on a tight budget. She shares the story of her husband getting into an accident, and how food storage helped her through the experience.
Enjoy General Conference! And focus on food storage on Monday.
You are free to print this list and share with others, but please mention my site.
Utah Shopping Deals:
(I'm guessing on Macey's upcoming case lot sale, but will update April 11th. Smith's sale is going on now)
Beans, canned (.57 Smith's and .50 Macey's CL)
Chili, canned (.95 Smith's and .79 Macey's CL)
Tuna, canned (.59 Smith's and .57 Macey's CL)
Soups, creamed (.65 Smith's and .50 Macey's CL)
Soups, tomato (.54 Smith's and .39 Macey's case lot sale)
Prepared soup like Progresso (look for $1.25 or less per can and use coupons! Smith's 1.25 but have to buy a case)
Dry beans or Lentils LT (LDS HS for black, white, pinto or refried beans; Macey's CL; Lentils EE)
LDS HS = LDS Home Storage center
EE = Emergency Essentials