7 Ways To Start Prepping Today

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If you have ever wondered when it is time to start prepping for disaster, the easy answer to that question is that you should start right now. There are several things that you can do to start prepping for a disaster right away. This will offer you the peace of mind that will help you and your family stay safe when something does go wrong.

The problem is that many people do not necessarily take the time to plan for a disaster until one is imminent or is actually occurring. One important thing that you might want to consider is that disasters do not always occur on a grand scale. Disasters frequently occur on a much smaller scale and when they do, they can be just as serious for the individuals that are experiencing them as those that affect tens of thousands of people at one time.

The question that you have to ask yourself is how you can plan for a disaster without going overboard. Fortunately, there are some very basic and simple things that you can do to put yourself in a much better position whenever you face a disaster (whether that disaster lasts for a few hours or several days). Start with the basics like talking to your family, friends, and neighbors about how you should proceed when a disaster occurs. Try to get everyone to take on a specific role in order to ensure that everyone has someone else looking out for them.

We’ve discovered a fantastic guide that offers several suggestions that will help you put together a plan that will start you prepping for any emergency, big or small. Some of the easier recommendations include basic supply collection. You can also put a few items together that you can take with you at a moment’s notice. You can also plan ahead and start collecting non perishable food items and enough bottled water to allow everyone to have 3 to 5 gallons a day for a minimum of three days. Don’t forget to include medications, flashlights with extra batteries, and extra batteries for your cell phone. Another great item to include is a battery operated radio so that you can keep in touch with the rest of the world. Also, don’t forget to plan for your pets’ needs, too: ensure that there is enough food and fresh water for your pets, plus bowls and leashes.

The guide also mentions an excellent plan to ensure that you are prepared for virtually any disaster: go camping with your family and friends on a regular basis. You’d be surprised how much camping will bring out and support the basic survival skills that will make a difference in the hours and days following a disaster and doing it on a regular basis will help you get very good at developing these skills.

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7 Ways To Start Prepping Today

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