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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Help Me!

To all my Photos by Tiff Fans/Followers/Clients/Blog-stalkers!

Help a Photographer out!
I am in a group on Facebook, that is a group of Lady photographers in Utah.. (No men!) In that group, there is a photographer in Ogden that just started a website and is giving away some awesome prizes! I have been looking for a class to take to teach me more about my Photoshop and learn how to do invites and designs. I am asking that my Photos by Tiff fans/followers/clients/blog-stalkers! help me win this! It is two EaSy PeAsY steps.. If you have a Facebook account, all you need to do is go HERE and like Jessica's photography page. Then go to the Workshop Tuition picture and let Jessica know that I should win this! Its that easy!
After the contest is up, in a week. I hope to have won this prize! Thanks so much for your help and support! Love you guys!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Food Storage- Week 4

Short and Sweet! Here you go!

WEEK 4
March 28-April 2, 2011
Pasta! Buy at least 5 pounds. Select a variety

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Food Storage- Week 3

Hope all of you did some stocking up on your canned goods! I was planning on going to the Cannery with our ward tonight, but couldn't go.. Dang I wish I could have, it would have been nice to get some stock up, and visit with ward members!

On to week 3!
March 21-26
First Aid: gauze, swabs, cotton balls, medical tape, etc.
You could also add in rubber gloves, masks, and band-aids...

Good Luck!

Adoption Fundraiser

**NOTE**
All photo shoots will be done at Payson Main Street and Salem Pond.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Food Storage- Week 2

Did you all get your spices for this week?? Me no! I am a slacker.. When just getting back to work, I have to wait so it is on my list! I am hoping that everyone is liking this... Go ahead and pass it on! Send your family and friends to my blog! There will be a link for all the food storage, so you can view it all at once...

Now to week 2...

March 14-19, 2011
Don't miss your chance to get long-term items at good prices: Wheat, Beans, Rice, Milk (30, 40, 50 LB quantities.) Go book a session at the Cannery!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Food Storage?

How many of you do food storage? I have thought a lot about it the last month or so (Since I have been on Maternity Leave...) I was thinking that when I get back to work, and can start putting 30-50 dollars into food storage a paycheck, I will be happy...

THEN... I get a book in my mailbox yesterday.. My ward, well the Relief Society made a book on Food Storage.. It is a week by week Food Storage Plan.. I was so EXCITED when I saw it.. How did they know that I was in need of a way to get started on this!? This book is a weekly plan for a year to get your food storage up. They say that if you follow this plan, you will have your storage up, and be in the groove and can continue to build it..

SOOOO.. I am going to share with YOU! I figured I would pass this information on with you! I will be doing a weekly post on what to buy for the next week.. =) I know you are as excited as I am, right?
Well before I start I want to share some of the Info from the front of my book...

THE PREPARED-IN-A-YEAR PLAN

The First Presidency has counseled us to prepare for adversity by getting out of debt and having a 3-month emergency savings. They have also advised us to do the following:

1. Save a small 3-month supply of items that are part of our normal, daily diet. These must be rotated often.

2. Store drinking water; this can be done for any size family by getting 2 50-gallon containers and sanitizing with food-grade(35%) hydrogen peroxide.

3. Save up a larger 1-year supply of food that will last a long time and can be used to keepy your family alive such as wheat, beans and rice.

Suggested Supply for 1 Person/1 Year
Grains (wheat, oats, etc): 400 lbs. (72#10 cans)
Dry beans, peas, etc: 60 lbs. (12#10 cans)
Powdered milk: 16 lbs. (4#10 cans)
Sugar or Honey: 60 lbs. (10#10 cans)
Cooking Oil: 10 quarts
Salt: 8 lbs.

*If you follow this week-by-week plan, you will get very close to storing that which Church leaders recommend for a family for one year. Please plan to purchase items for each week in quantities that suit your family size.

Okay, so I hope that helps you all! The book has different items for you to buy every week. I am going to post this weeks items NOW!

March 7-12 2011:
Spices and Herbs you may use most often: pepper, cinnamon, thyme, oregano, chili powder, etc. Must Rotate..

I hope that you all are going to do this too! I sure could use some friends that will push me to get it! (I may be a couple weeks behind, but at least I am trying!)

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Subway Art

So many of you know that I have been doing alot of Blog stalking lately! I found a blog that I am totally in love with! She has some really fun things on there.. My favorite is Subway Art... She has different styles for each month. I printed off the March one, and love it in my family room. I have also downloaded a few more to decorate my house every month! Check it out here!

Slacker!

As you can tell, I have not posted day 30... I need to take a picture of myself so I can finish the post! When I think about it, I am already in my PJ's and ready for bed... OR and work..
So maybe tomorrow, I will finish the 30 day challenge!
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