Bottom line: your weapon can’t take care of you unless it is properly taken care of. You can be smart and use some of these tips to lessen the bite to your wallet.
Inventory and prep management is the less exotic side of prepping, but crucial nonetheless! If it all comes to a halt, you need to know that you and your gear are ready at a moment’s notice. Now is the time!
Whether you’re new to prepping or need a refresher course in prepping, these essential Ready Nutrition articles that have been the most helpful in getting people on the preparedness track.
As things occur both in the U.S. and the world, now is the time to take advantage and do all that you can, and the canned goods can be found within your budget that fulfill your basic needs.
There comes a time when you have to stand and face whatever it is that is coming against you, with no other options. The actions you take now could determine how well you survive those events.
We’ve all read about it, talked about it, watched videos on it and even imagined it, when the poop hits the fan, many preppers believe it is going to come at NASCAR speed and send the nation into a panic. It could happen that way, but then it could come a lot slower and pick up steam as many realize the severity of the situation.
Prepping, I think we should also do a similar exercise at least once a year where we pause for a moment and take stock of where we are and how much further we need to go.
This guide to food storage concepts will help those new to prepping with some ideas to get your own food storage plan started or to realize mistakes that can be corrected now.
What is on YOUR prepper to-do-list this month?