"We seldom get into trouble when we speak softly. It is only when we raise our voices that the sparks fly and tiny molehills become great mountains of contention."
- - Gordon B. Hinckley
Totally Ready for Anything
by Carolyn Nicolaysen

Preparing for Civil Unrest Part 2 - January 06, 2016
How Prepared is Your Child's School? - November 04, 2015
Ready in Thirty Days: Evacuate Now - October 21, 2015
After The Flooding - October 07, 2015
The Ultimate 120-Hour Kits Part Two - September 23, 2015
The Ultimate 120-Hour Kit - September 09, 2015
Prepare to be Prepared at College - August 12, 2015
Celebrate Like a Pioneer - July 15, 2015
A Bucket List for Kids - June 17, 2015
Fire at your Backdoor, Part 2 - June 03, 2015
Fire at Your Backdoor Part 1 - May 20, 2015
Dollar Store Finds - April 22, 2015
Making Room For Food Storage - April 08, 2015
Time for New Habits - March 25, 2015
Emergency Preparedness: Ready to Run - February 25, 2015
Auto Kits Can Save Your Life - February 11, 2015
Do you Know When to Call 911? - January 28, 2015
Don't Forget the Birds - January 14, 2015
Preparing One Day at a Time - December 31, 2014
Here Comes the Polar Vortex - November 19, 2014
Gifts that Keep on Giving - November 5, 2014
Twenty-One Days Trapped - October 22, 2014
Ebola: Pandemic in the Making? - September 10, 2014
Keep Summer Safe and Sane - May 21, 2014
So You Think You Are Too Broke - April 9, 2014
Stocking Your General Store - March 26, 2014
Your Own General Store - March 12, 2014
Not All Food Storage is Created Equal - February 18, 2014

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About Carolyn Nicolaysen

Carolyn Nicolaysen grew up in New Jersey and joined the Church while attending Central College in Pella, Iowa. With a degree in Home Economics, she later worked as a high school teacher, and served as an elected trustee of her local school board. Carolyn has taught personal and family preparedness to all who will listen. Having lived in areas that were threatened by winter storms, hurricanes and tornadoes, and now living in an earthquake prone area, she has developed a passion for preparedness. Carolyn started her own business, TotallyReady, when she saw the need for higher quality emergency information that could truly sustain families in a disaster.

Carolyn is FEMA trained and is an Amateur Radio first responder. She serves as Relief Society president of her California ward.

Carolyn is the author of three ebooks, Mother Hubbard, What She's Doing Now (food storage for the 21st century), Prep Not Panic (preparing for a pandemic of medical emergency) and That Won't Happen to Me (a discussion of disaster preparations). She has also authored a glove box book, Totally Ready for the Road and writes a monthly newsletter and the Totally Ready facebook page.

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