It’s important to be ready for emergencies, whether small or large.
Prepping– practicing preparedness– isn’t just about The End of The World As We Know It or the Zombie Apocalypse, it’s also about not being thrown for a loop if a storm knocks out the power for a few hours or if there’s a water main break. It can also be about knowing what to do if you’re camping and forgot to bring a lighter or matches. Being prepared for the little things, and using your preparedness in those times, is good practice for when (or if) TSHTF for real.
Some people are Expert preppers. The rest of us learn as we go. Come learn with me.
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