Do You Have A Realistic Prepping Plan?
I’m reminded of Nike’s tag line “Just do it” and to apply it here I would say “Just start”. It’s that simple, just start.
Yes, you are going to make mistakes. It doesn’t matter. In the world of prepping, doing anything is better than doing nothing – in my opinion. To quote Homestead Dreamer:
“There is no right or wrong here. To each their own! Each person who preps for disasters makes the whole that much stronger.”
Once you start, you’ll start to learn. So what if you start out stocking food when you should be stocking water? At least you’ll have something and you maybe able to trade for water. And “that makes the whole that much stronger.”
When you’re ready to get serious and start planning, keep it simple and follow their advice:
“To make a realistic prepping plan, you need to define certain things first:
Who will you be prepping for? How many? (Don’t forget the pets!)
What kind of natural disasters do you have in your area? It’s more likely a natural disaster will happen than WWIII breaking out.
Will natural disasters force you to leave your home?
How long do you think you would be waiting (before help comes, etc)?”
Be sure and read the whole post, especially the link to their post on 5 Stages of Preppers, and remember- “Just Start!”
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