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Every word on my site and in my emails is written to help you keep yourself and your family safe.
More importantly, I hope to inspire you. Maybe you’ll be motivated to take some additional steps to prepare. If so, that would be great.
I’m also trying to lead by example to show you that facing this stuff head on and working on the things you can control is a positive way to deal with the depression, anxiety, fear and stress that naturally comes along with waking up to what’s going on in the world.
If I fail to do that, just get in touch and tell me how I can help.
You can make it, because together, we can make it… which means that I can make it.
So congratulations on taking your survival seriously. It’s an honor to be on your team, and thank you for being on mine – we’re stronger together as a community than we could ever be on our own.
Remember – the world may fall apart, but we don’t have to.
Stay alert and stay alive,