Survival Mom Radio Show: Staying Safe in Civil Unrest and Mob Violence

November 18, 2014:  Whether it’s riots following a championship basketball game or racial protests turned violent, as in the case of Ferguson, Missouri, we need to know how to spot potential trouble spots and how to stay safe. Former FBI Special Agent and Private Investigator Gil Torres joins Lisa to discuss these and other issues related to civil unrest and mob violence.


Gil’s PI business,  Taurus Investigations

15 Tips For Staying Safe During Times of Civil Unrest

Sunrise Holistic Solutions: Explode with Energy through these Proven Natural Remedies

Sunrise Holostic: Attractive happy woman joying in beautiful summer day.November 18, 2014:  Are you tired all the time and long for sustained energy to complete the tasks at hand? How about mental burnout, an inability to think clearly and stay focused? Want to learn the healthy alternative that is sure to put a spring in your step? In this week’s podcast, Naturopathic Doctor & Certified Natural Health Professional, Roxanne Griswold, packs some practical nutritional tips and all natural remedies for battling burnout, fatigue and exhaustion. Now you don’t have to fight this battle alone. Come join the discussion today as Roxanne unfolds Part II in her series, titled “Energy Boosting Nutritional Preps & Tips”. You don’t want to miss out on this hope building, energy packed “natural health” podcast.

Food Storage and Survival: Preparedness Gifts for Kids

Food Storage & Survival: Episode 78 imageNovember 19, 2014: Ditch the toys this holiday season and get the kids gifts to help foster preparedness! In today’s episode I share 15+ of my favorite gifts for children from infants to the older teens who are ready to live on their own.

Mentioned in the show:

15+ Great Preparedness Gifts from Toddler to Teen

Leatherman Squirt

Melissa and Doug gardening tools

Pioneering Today: Depression Era Tips Stretch the Food Budget

Pioneering Today: vintage milk cans on old wooden tableNovember 14, 2014:  The Depression Era defined a nation.  We can take the tips from folks who went through hard times to stretch our own food budgets and live more frugally.  These are recipes handed down in my family from generation to generation, and now, from me to you.  I hope these tips are as helpful for you as they have been for me.

Rural Revolution: Starting an Online Information Based Business

November 13, 2014:

The Trailer Park Homesteader: Prepping Alone without Feeling Alone

Trailer Park Homesteader: prepping aloneNovember 13, 2014:  On Today’s show Sharon is discussing prepping alone for those who are widowed, single, or have a partner who is uninterested in preparedness. Sharon shares encouragement from her own experiences and gives five tips for how to deal with feeling and/or prepping alone.


Mentioned on the Show:

I prepare alone. By The Prepper Chicks

Prepper’s Long-Term Survival Guide: Food, Shelter, Security, Off-the-Grid Power and More Life-Saving Strategies for Self-Sufficient Living by Jim Cobb

Another Good Resource:

How to maintain your relationships and keep prepping when the ‘better half ‘ thinks you’re nuts…….by The Survivalist Blog


Visit: The Trailer Park Homesteader


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Know Your Food: Nourishing Herbal Skin Care

Know Your Food: Herbal Skin Care Know Your Food with WardeeNovember 12, 2014:  This is one of the most fun (and useful and inspiring) podcasts I’ve ever hosted! Patrice — and her daughter Jaiela — and I really hit it off. These knowledgeable ladies are enthusiastic and passionate about making skin care products that heal and nourish using the beneficial properties of herbs. They’re so generous with their wisdom. It’s contagious! I’m sure you will agree when you listen.

Patrice and Jaiela are the owner’s of Eden’s Pure Herbals. See the show notes for how to enter the generous giveaway package!

Get to know Patrice and Jaiela and more about using herbs in your own skin care products through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week!

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Food Storage & Survival: Prepare to Help Others

FSS episode 77 imageNovember 12, 2014:  With the holidays fast approaching I share some ways to be prepared to help and lift others whether there’s an emergency or not. I also have an update on our “I Grew Thanksgiving” Challenge plus share our trouble with honey bees.

Mentioned in the show:

5 Tips to be Prepared to Help Others

I Grew Thanksgiving Challenge

Sunrise Holistic Solutions: Energy Boosting Tips Part 1

November 4, 2014: woman-dog[1]In this week’s podcast, titled “Energy Boosting Nutritional Preps & Tips – Part I”,  Roxanne explains how high carbs and the wrong kind of carbs contribute to fatigue, exhaustion and finally burnout. And how the opposite is just as true: “Good carbs” consumed proportionately throughout the day bring a stabilized energy and an overall sense of well being. The second half of the podcast discusses the difference between “good fats” and “bad fats” and how this effects not only our energy levels, but our general health as well. She explains how the good fats are absolutely essential for critical organ and cellular functions – and that without them, we deprive our bodies and set ourselves up for disease later in life. Stay tuned for next week’s podcast where Roxanne will further her discussion on “Energy Boosting Nutritional Preps & Tips!