New to Prepping?
- November 20, 2017 at 7:30 pm #15922TN HomesteaderModerator
Have you realized that you need to prep?
Have you read the comments on The Prepared Mind Patreon site?
Have you seen multiple YouTube videos?
Have you found our Club’s Forum but the information seems too “advanced“?
Do you feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin?
Fear not, you have taken the most important step, realizing that you need to prepare, the “what for” is up to you!
So, to help you along, here a link to “Prep101 – An Introduction To Getting Prepared” published by BePrepared.com which is an organization that sells preps. This is not an advertisement nor indication that is where you should purchase. The value is in the information within the document as it is intended for those just getting started.
Now, for additional Food and Water in an Emergency click the link which will give you access to information published by FEMA. Yes, it is a government agency but in this rare case, it is factual and good information! ?February 20, 2018 at 12:15 am #16458White_TigerParticipant
Howdy all. Not new to prepping, just new to the pm club. If I were new the link provided is a good compass to follow.April 23, 2018 at 8:42 pm #19596PreparedMotherKeymaster
If I were new to prepping, I would want to know not to waste my money trying to save money. Honestly, I’ve wasted a lot of money being cheap. From food to tools, I’ve learned that it really does pay to save the money and invest in quality items.October 30, 2019 at 11:17 am #45800GuardianParticipant
Prepping is like digging a well. The time to do it is “before” you need the water. This site has some great information, however, it does appear to vastly underused. Are we all so knowledgeable and prepared that we no longer have a need for it? I for one have been attempting to cover all bases, but still feel less prepared than I believe I will need to be. I would like to see more posts here on the forum. Please share your strategies and unique ideas on what you’ve done and are currently doing to be prepared. Thank you in advance for helping me and others to learn from your experience. “Deo duce ferro comitante.”
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