New Family Preparedness Book from Morgan Rogue

If you aren’t already familiar with Rogue Preparedness, you’re in for a treat! Well known for her YouTube channel, Morgan also has a steady stream of great information going out via her website and social media channels like Instagram. She has released several eBooks already, and I’m excited to share her brand new release with you – not only because it’s an awesome book, but because I had the pleasure of providing her with some editorial feedback during its writing.

Head on over and get your copy of Family Preparedness 101 – How to Prepare Your Family for Emergencies & Disasters now. For less than the cost of a fancy holiday coffee, you’ll learn all kinds of great information for helping your family get better prepared, especially if you have children or pets. Be sure to check out her freebies, previous books, and online courses as well. There’s so much to learn from Morgan! Enjoy!

Prepare Anywhere: Is Your Family Prepared for Your Death?

If 2020 has raised concerns for you about estate planning, but you’ve worried your family will find the topic off-putting or morbid, the holidays may be the time to address the issue. Whether we’re gathering in person or virtually, this is the perfect time to tell our loved ones how much we love them, and to plan for their (or our) future.

I’m honored to have an article posted today at The Organic Prepper about how this type of prudence and planning by my grandparents made their deaths more about memories and less about legal issues. I hope it is of assistance to you as you examine these topics and wish you strength when you sit down with the appropriate advisors to tackle these very important tasks to streamline your passing and allow your survivors to mourn YOU, not focus on legal and financial entanglements.

Many thanks to Daisy Luther for the opportunity to share my thoughts and my Nana’s story. Click here to read the article now!

Frugal Accomplishments ~ Week(s) Ending 15 July 2018

Hello, hello! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’ve had some time away due to the children’s schedules and focusing on some offline projects, so I haven’t given much priority to Ye Olde Blogge. 😉 I have been making sure to read Brandy’s Frugal Accomplishments posts each week, and the comments on them – I sure do love seeing that post appear on my feed each week! I’m finally ready to do up a bit of a post myself again; I’m sure I’ve forgotten some things, but perhaps not. Maybe it’s just a matter of not doing much other than what was right in front of me the past few weeks. My daughter was away for a month for visitation and my husband was away for a training for several weeks, so my son and I just went about our days and let things lie, nice and quiet. There’s a lot to be said for staying home and reading a book when it comes to frugal living! Continue reading