The year 2020 taught us that we need to be prepared for anything. There’s nothing worse than walking into a store and seeing that they’re out of the supplies you desperately need or sitting at home for days without power.
Being a “prepper” isn’t limited to the stereotypical paranoid person that movies so often portray. You know the type – the guy who sits in his bomb shelter surrounded by cans of food and a radio, waiting for the end of the world to come.
Today’s “preppers” are smart and rational people who understand that it’s very possible for the worst to come when you least expect it. And for any of these people, it already has.
You Can’t Predict the Future – But You Can Prepare for It
There are thousands of very real and possible emergencies that could happen at any moment. They aren’t all as serious as a global pandemic or massive earthquake, but you should be prepared, nonetheless.
Just think about how awful it is to be at home without power. If you lost power for 24-hours right now, what would you do? How would you charge your phone? Make food? Stay warm? Find your way through the dark?
Being a “prepper” doesn’t mean that you have to batten down the hatches and have a lifetime of supplies. But you should, at the very least, have an emergency plan and enough supplies to last about a week.
That way, you won’t be panicking the next time you’re stuck at home for 2-weeks and everything you need to get by is on backorder. You’ll be good to go.
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