I have compiled a selected few topics I think people should reevaluate in their lives and make and give yourself a prepping reality check.
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I thought that maybe it might be of some value to share some lessons that I have learned in my personal preparedness journey that hits 10 years old this year.
I had to stop for a moment because there was something that I hadn’t counted on having back in my Civil Air Patrol days. There was now a new factor to the equation: Prepping with Kids.
When all hell breaks loose, are you doomed if you don’t have your full battle rattle on?
We can look at what is most likely to occur in the near future and our lifetimes, and use that information to help us decide where to focus our time, efforts and resources.
Not only do the masses USUALLY get things right in aggregate, but it can make your life easier in the long run to just go with the crowd.
I was taught to think about preparedness for disasters. I came away from the class with the knowledge that I was in the dark when it came to being prepared for a disaster.
That means adding to the long lists of things we need to do, buy and plan for should our worlds fall apart on either a small scale or a large scale.
For us it was the combination of hearing about the increasing devastation of more natural disasters in the U.S. and abroad, and seeing how many people lost their jobs and homes during the economic recession.
If we evacuate, we need to evacuate our animals.
So prepping for a child with special needs requires some serious thought, and some creativity. Read the following article, for some tips.
You may be wondering what to put in your own medical bag or if you are forgetting anything so I’ve provided my own list to help get you started.
You have a moral obligation to be prepared in case of a crisis. In general, there are countless reasons to be prepared for emergency scenarios.
It’s far more likely to encounter a little emergency than a major movie-style event. So what to do with the big pile of food, gear, etc. that represents an investment of time, money, and storage space?
It’s that time of year again; time to over eat and over drink, and wonder where on Earth 2016 went?
There are stories in Oregon, of instant storms, rain and wind for eons, beautiful country and hypothermia. Meaning rapid condition changes.
Ever try to answer all the questions that you ask yourself about how you will survive as a single, senior woman living alone with no family, no spouse, no other support other than yourself?
I have a tight budget. I’m talking, poverty level budget, and with survival products being over the top expensive, prepping can be really hard.
We all can’t afford bunkers and remote cabins to (attempt to) escape to. Have you completely given up on non-prepper society, including blood relatives?
Considering the regular commitments like mortgage and car payments they have to keep up with, average income Americans may feel they have no money to start prepping for disasters.
The Blizzard of ’77 is a prime example of why you should be prepared.
Planning for medical emergencies is one of the biggest challenges one faces. This is especially true if the situation will occur with limited outside resources on which to rely.
You see, it is a mindset.. It is putting yourself mentally in a situation and seeing if you measure up.
I use coupons all the time and I am stockpiling so that my family has food later. I am stocking up to barter but most of the items I got free or for hardly anything.
“All Aboard!” Easily understood when shouted by the conductor of a train—either get yourself “on board” or be left behind.
We have situations every day that we need to be ready for so let’s see how your prepping skills work out in these situations.
There are many disasters happening and most of us are not aware of it. Hence, these are 8 reasons why prepping is good for you.
Sometimes though, even when it’s not a preparedness-related sale, there are things we can stock up on that applies directly to preparing for the worst. Today we talk about how you can save on prepping supplies.
It’s no longer a matter of settling for canned food for dinner. If we are forced to live through a grid down scenario, it’s whether or not you’ll have any food at all. It’s about dealing with starving people, who, in their desperation, will try to forcefully take what you have.