It’s altogether another thing to know how to use those skills – and when to use them…
The best thing to do is take stock in what you already have preppared. And the best way…
If you’ve been to a property hidden away up in the mountains or out in the bush, you know what it’s like to be away from everything. But if you consider…
Eddy is one of those guys that the other neighbors have categorized as “the doomsday guy.” He has a large beard, is always working out in the yard, talks about…
If you’re thinking about prepping and haven’t started because the task seems overwhelming, take a look at a reasonable way to do this; start with some basics and do one thing at a time.
You want to prepare for emergencies, not spend a fortune on luxuries. If you bought everything that all the experts suggested you’d have a lot of emergency stuff, most of which you probably don’t need.
Prepping has always been around. Only recently has the word been used to describe living with the threat of loss. The Great Depression was a great time of scarcity and loss.
Whether you’re prepping, on the Homestead, or living up in the mountains you don’t want to call attention to yourself; that’s for movie stars and politicians.
Take a quiet approach and avoid certain things that may bring too much attention to you and what you’re doing.
When you run out, you’re out, and probably when you need it most.
It’s good to prepare for as many things as you can: finances and jobs, food and water, Zombies and the Apocolypse — WHAT?
You don’t to make mistakes in planning or prepping. Not for an emergency.
If you knew some of the most common mistakes preppers make, you can avoid them.
If you have thought about prepping and don’t know where to begin read a lesson from someone that has gone before you.
If you live in the suburbs and are thinking about prepping there are some first important steps you can take. Make your life easier, learn from someone who’s already starting with suburban prepping.
You can alway prepare and she has a lot of useful tips from shopping on a tight budget to how to become more organized. Learn how to de-clutter your life. A well-planned project is a project half-done.
Anything you do toward Homesteading is going to take time. It will take experience. You will make mistakes but you must be able to learn from yourself and others.
Any time you think about prepping it will be much easier thinking about the short-term and long-term events that you will be prepping for.
No one else is doing it – prepping. No one is taking it seriously. You spend money and time on all the prepping stuff that you wonder if you’ll EVER use. You’re running out of storage, and money for prepping. You have gold and silver coins that only the coin shop trades for money. Are…
If you live in the suburbs, all is not lost if you need to start prepping. Preparing yourself and family for unforeseen circumstances can happen anywhere you live. Don’t be fooled by some people who have built bunkers out in the desert or up in the mountains; you can prep right where you’re at. So…