National Preparedness Month 2021 – Choose From Over 75 Steps To Take

In this article, I list over 75 different steps you can take to move your preparedness to the next level to celebrate National Preparedness Month 2021.

Let’s look at how we can really hit National Preparedness Month 2021 hard and see what steps WE can take.

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Prepping For Beginners – How To Start A Prepper Pantry

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  • Post last modified:April 4, 2021
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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.

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Vehicle Survival Gear / 2021 Car Emergency Kit – Video

  • Post category:Gear and Gadgets
  • Post last modified:March 7, 2021
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I check and update my vehicle survival gear kit twice a year, and I try to shoot a video of it once a year. Since I’m bringing you along for the ride, I’ll show you exactly what I carry for my 2021 vehicle survival gear.

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Looking Too Tactical – Is It Really That Dangerous?

This is a common theme among the survival community – If you look too tactical, people are going to know you have the gear, food, knowledge… whatever the current topic of discussion. And they’re going to come and take it.

Is looking too tactical really a thing?

Is there really a serious danger to looking too tactical? Is going Gray Man THAT important?

Let’s break it down…

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An Emergency Generator – Building A Blackout Kit – Part 1

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  • Post last modified:March 7, 2021
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In part one of this two-part blackout kit series, A Basic Emergency Generator, I want to cover what I know about using a generator for the temporary but inevitable power outage.

The key phrase there is “What I know“. In other words, using a basic gas-operated emergency generator. Period. That’s what I have and use. Not a solar generator, whole house, or even an inverter generator.

While all of those sound like fantastic ideas, I want to stick to blogging about what I actually have experience with.

What you’ll get here is my story, what I learned, and how I think I can improve my own situation. Maybe that will help you. So here we go:

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Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus – Pt 4: Prepper Inventory

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.

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Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus – Part Three: PPE Shortage

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.

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Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus – Part Two: Medication Preps

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.

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Early Prepping Lessons From The Coronavirus – Part One: Water Preps

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  • Post last modified:March 7, 2021
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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.

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