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Emergency Preparedness For Seniors — A Practical Guide

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  • Post last modified:April 14, 2024
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  • Reading time:45 mins read

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Emergency Preparedness For Seniors is a guide with tips and considerations for preparing for emergencies while dealing with the challenges of aging. This guide is intended to isolate and identify potentially unique differences the elderly may need to address when prepping, bugging out, or seeking better preparedness for emergencies and disasters.

In this article, I cover Emergency Preparedness For Seniors and their Caretakers. Whether you are a senior, have family members who are older, or are the caretaker of an elderly person, this article was written for you.

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Random Non-Food Prepping Items You May Not Have Thought Of – Video

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  • Post last modified:March 19, 2024
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  • Reading time:22 mins read

This is a short video in which I show seven random non-food prepping items you may not have thought of. These inexpensive items could come in handy during an emergency, supply line disruptions or even normal times. They are extra prepping items to add to your preps if they fit your needs.

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Financial Challenges — How Do I Prep If I’m Broke?

  • Post category:Prepper Q&A Series
  • Post last modified:January 28, 2024
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  • Reading time:28 mins read

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Financial challenges are not only common, they’re getting worse. In this article, number three of our Next Step Survival Prepper Q&A Series, I want to offer a little thought for those struggling with income and finances and seeking a better level of preparedness.

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What Over A Decade Of Prepping Has Taught Me. Was It A Waste Of Time And Money?

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  • Post last modified:January 21, 2024
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  • Reading time:18 mins read

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I feel like a little honest prepper talk. I’ll address what prepping has taught me and whether it seems like I’ve wasted all these years.

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Ten Steps To Preparedness For Non-Preppers – Death Preparedness Series PT. I

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  • Post last modified:January 8, 2023
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This ‘getting started‘ article is my Ten Steps To Preparedness for the people that aren’t interested in living, eating, and breathing the prepper lifestyle yet understand the value of being a little more prepared. Maybe you don’t even care for the label ‘prepper.’

That’s fine because I wrote this piece with you in mind.

In this article, I want to help you sharpen those skills without our recommended steps of forming a Threat Assessment, developing a Preparedness Action Plan, working on your Preparedness Mindset, or maybe even starting an entire Prepper Pantry.

Yes. You can skip a few steps and still be more prepared than most people.

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Managing Your Bulk Meat Purchase

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  • Post last modified:April 10, 2022
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  • Reading time:22 mins read

How To Manage Your Meat AFTER You’ve Bought It

We need to protect, store, and rotate our meat investments.

In this article, we’re going to look at managing your bulk meat purchase. Post-purchase – post bulk meat buying. What do we do after filling our freezer with half a cow or any other fresh meat to ensure nothing gets wasted?

This post IS NOT a how-to on buying half a cow, how to do it, or anything other than how to manage it after you have made the purchase.

With the troubles of our supply chain and skyrocketing food prices, many preppers are taking the head-on approach when it comes to meat. They’re buying half a cow or splitting a pig with someone. Or maybe they’re buying a whole cow, quarter, or even a sixteenth of a cow from a farmer. Buying fresh meat is just smart. It fills your freezer and offers an instant form of food security that preppers understand well.

But what do you do after you’ve bought half a cow? Or any bulk meat that’s being stored in a freezer?

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Our Power Was Out. Here’s What We Learned – After Action Report (AAR)

We were blessed with another one-day power outage last Saturday. Not wanting a perfectly good power outage to go to waste, I have my After Action Report.

Here’s what I came up with:

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