A MUST Have Prepping Tool: The Preparedness Planner

 The MUST Have Prepping Organizer !


One important part of prepping, is getting all those supplies organized.
 Jennifer from Are We Crazy, or What? has put together a wonderful new resource to help you on your way!
This planner consists of 87 pages of record keeping templates (with directions on how to use them), examples of great items to store, meal planning resources, bug out bag ideas and item lists, and even pet planning resources!
She has really thought of everything here and allows you to personalize the planner to meet your own needs. Every chapter gives easy to understand instructions to help you keep accurate records of your current inventory, as well as a space to help you list items to add.
The Preparedness Planner will help you organize everything conveniently in one spot, and can be customized to create new sections of your own. The helpful lists make great reminders for all those items you still have waiting on your "shopping list's", .....let’s face it we all have those!
I Can’t Stress Enough, How Truly Impressed I Am By The Preparedness Planner.
Jennifer has developed a very professional, yet user friendly item here.

 So What’s Inside?

Chapter 1: Food Storage
Chapter 2: Water Storage
Chapter 3: Bug Out Bags
Chapter 4: Documentation
Chapter 5:  Medical Supplies
Chapter 6: Toiletries and Cleaners
Chapter 7: Seeds and Plants
Chapter 8: Animal/Pet Supplies
Chapter 9: Gear and Tools

An Excellent Value For Only $19.99 !!!

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The Preparedness Planner!
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Author Information:

Sharon Pannell is a self proclaimed "Prepsteader", both prepper and homesteader. She authors the blog The Trailer Park Homesteader where she teaches others about the importance of disaster preparedness and self-sufficiency. Sharon believes everyday the stuff can hit the fan, it is not one big epic event necessarily and it only takes one set back to create a hardship; so big or small prepare for it all ! Along with her blog, Sharon can also be found managing her other social media sites including her Facebook Page The Trailer Park Homesteader, TTPH Pinterest Page, and TTPH Twitter Page.

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