April Goals: Food Storage, Emergency Prep and Family

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The thing I love about goal setting is the freedom I have to alter or move goals as needed. Next, I put these goals on my Google calendar. Which makes it easy to edit as needed.


  • Review my monthly Food Storage Organizer April calendar and choose some goals 
  • Shop case lot sales for tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, mandarin oranges, Campbell’s Chunky Soup, kidney beans, drinking water 
  • Organize my food storage prep binder 
  • Move our 72-hour kits to the laundry room cabinet 
  • Finish unpacking food in the kitchen pantry 
  • Create a new food storage and emergency supply inventory list 
  • Inventory the kitchen pantry 
  • Put away the winter clothes 
  • Take youngest daughter to the temple for first time 🙂 
  • Help returned missionary daughter register for school 


  • Turn on Weber water 
  • Weed and trim flower beds for extra trash pickup day 
  • Send son FSO website goals 
  • Make rough draft of family reunion 
  • Get car tires rotated, balanced and brakes checked 
  • Celebrate birthday 🙂 


  • Replace air filters 
  • Turn over soil in vegetable garden
  • Decide what to plant in vegetable garden


  • Update 72-hour kit food & water
  • Collect dry bean recipes (share on Pinterest and blog)
  • Hire someone to inspect, cleanout or replace sprinkler heads
  • Move 5-gallon water cooler to kitchen pantry 
  • Review BYU Women’s Conference classes, and enjoy with one of my married daughters 🙂 

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