In this post, Expanding Our Prepper Pantry Beyond Two Weeks, we’ll move beyond the two-week prepper pantry and get into some serious prepping – say, three months? How’s that sound?(more…)
In this post, Prepping For Beginners, I’m going to walk you through how to start prepping for emergencies and how to start a prepper pantry. My goal is to remove any confusion and show you how easy it is to start prepping and enjoy a more prepared lifestyle without the stress and worry of more shortages in the future.(more…)
By popular demand (Someone asked for it on Instagram), I decided to give a prepper pantry tour video of our working pantry at home. I’ll add some words below the video because, well, that’s just what bloggers do. I’ll post the video first though. 😉(more…)
In part four of our Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus series, I’ll go over the importance of keeping a prepper inventory for our food stocks. Understanding exactly where you stand on food and supplies as an SHTF event is barreling down onto your family is crucial.(more…)
In part four of the Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus series, I go into personal protective equipment (PPE) preps. What ended up looking like a PPE Shortage, what went right, and more importantly, what we learned.(more…)
This post is dedicated to those that struggled during the coronavirus outbreak from lack of food and supplies. Becoming a prepper may be on their minds. I offer some simple advice, a few resources and basic guidance to becoming a prepper.
Medication Preps - In this series, "Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus", I am documenting what has worked and where I have fallen short on our preps. Once we've survived this vicious worldwide pandemic, we should be able to look back and strengthen our preparations for the next disaster.
In this post, I’ll address the shortcomings I’ve found in my own preps up to this point. This will be a multi-part article and for part one I will talk about water preps. Specifically, water prep failures on my part.(more…)