As with all things related to preparation, it is wise to have a plan before you need it.
Imagine, you’ve got 5 minutes to get out. Immediately you realize the weight of your bag alone will make your journey impossible.
While the ramifications of an impending economic or currency collapse are life-alteringly severe, your family’s personal preparedness plans should be focused on a well-rounded approach that would ensure you’re ready for anything that gets thrown your way.
This is as important as having your own garden unless you want to starve next year. Not today, but tomorrow. Believe it! Big companies and government will it.
Survival caches are the ultimate back-up plan. If you are going for your survival cache, that means Plan A and Plan B went awry. In this case, you may be left with no other option but to survive with only the contents in your cache. You must plan out those contents accordingly.
The foods we will carry will make all the difference in the world in terms of maintaining energy levels, and nutrition. Food rationing is an inevitable issue if you are planning for long term or extended events. Plans should be put in place to ensure the rationing we do is healthy and will still enable us to carry on.
In an off grid disaster, flashlights will give us light for only so long. After the batteries run out, we need to start looking for longer term solutions. This prep is a great way to make use of those Mason jars you have around.
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In case you or someone you know gets hurt without a first aid kit nearby, it’s good to know there are a few household items that can be used in an emergency.
Ladies and gentleman, start your engines.
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Some of us are more visual learners, so here is a great pictorial on what to pack in bug out bags.