When this book was published in 1921, Elsie Lincoln Benedict's How to Analyze People on Sight was received as a serious scientific work of analytic sociology, but fast forward 90 years and the same words ring hilariously. Apparently well intended at the time, the book appears to invent the very notion of stereotyping.
There is an essential need to be sensible about what you can do to save money and to be well prepared for an emergency situation, be it a long-term power outage, sudden unemployment, or tough economic times. It is crucial to do so safely and economically! This book will suggest free or low-cost ways to prepare you and your family for emergencies. It will help you look at your situation and evaluate what you can do and how you can to do it without depleting your savings.
The Sensible Preparedness books are guides from a mom's perspective, for the average person who prefers to stay in their own home during an emergency. This is often referred to as shelter-in-place. In Book I, we discussed many of the basic things you can do to prepare for an emergency situation. Book II, tackles sensitive preparedness topics such as running out of toilet paper, waste disposal, mental health and "cabin fever." Having all of your bases covered will go a long way in preparing for the unexpected.