We're rebuilding DailyPreparedness.com!
I sincerely apologize for the current state of disrepair at DailyPreparedness.com! Unfortunately our website was hacked recently.
In order to ensure that the site is as safe as possible, I decided it was best to just delete absolutely everything & rebuild it. Just to be on the safe side. Don’t worry, all of the site’s content has been saved & will be reposted soon!
But for now you’ll notice the site going through a few changes as I rebuild it, give it a fresh new look, and get it working again! Please forgive the delay!
Lastly, if you visited Daily Preparedness recently, only to be redirected to another website, please be sure to run any anti-virus or anti-malware software installed on your computer! I sincerely & deeply apologize for this!! But it’s important that you ensure that your computer has been adequately protected.
Thank you for your patience & understanding! And please check back soon!
Update – 05/22/12: Hello again! The site is pretty much functional now, so feel free to browse around! Unfortunately adding all of the original blog posts is turning out to be a rather involved, time-consuming process. Due to the way the site was hacked, I wasn’t able to export a complete back-up of the entries. I was only able to copy & paste the text itself. Which means I now have to go back through & recreate each entry, one at a time! I hope you’ll continue to be patient; I promise, all of the content will be back up as soon as possible! Thanks!Read More
⋄ Providently Clothed ⋄
Use the menu on the left or simply scroll on down to start exploring! If you have any ideas or suggestions, please send them to us! Thanks & stay stylish!
⋄ Staying Clean ⋄
It’s not always easy to keep everything in life spick & span. Here are a few simple tips to help you fight the never-ending battle against germs, bacteria, dirt, dust & grime!Read More
It is official (at least to us), May is “Take BOB, Jr. To Work Month”! Why take a mini-BOB to work? The answers could be endless – weather, civil unrest, strikes, power outages, your employer requires it, because you want to be prepared. Unless you work at home with BOB nearby, a BOB, Jr. can make your life at work a bit more secure. Depending on your circumstances and your commute time, you might want to consider adding the following to a small, portable bag that is secured at work, or at least in the vehicle you drive to work:Read More
⋄ Provident Banking ⋄
Use the menu to the left to jump to a specific topic or just scroll down and start reading! And if you have any ideas or suggestions of your own, please send them to us! Thanks & happy banking!
⋄ All About Groceries ⋄
Do you hate grocery shopping? Overwhelmed by coupon clipping? Do you cause the mess to be cleaned up on aisle nine? Intimidated by food storage? Confounded by complicated recipes?
Never fear! We’re here to help!
Everyone knows that raising children is a very expensive proposition! From the moment you receive the exciting news that Junior is on the way, it seems that cash literally rolls out the door. But STOP, you can have and raise a Provident Child without breaking the bank. Forget nearly everything the world tells you about feeding, clothing, housing and educating your child by simply writing checks. There are a million and one ways to raise a happy, healthy and successful child without a millionaire paycheck.Read More