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The 10 Daily Habits of Prepared People
Real preppers, the ones you should look to for advice if you happen to be new to preparedness, are the ones who quietly conduct their daily lives with an eye towards readiness. Not only are these the qualities you should strive for yourself, but they can also help you to determine whether someone is the “real deal” or an armchair survivalist.
While it might seem like a bunker full of supplies, a fancy generator, a mountain of firearms and ammo, or a remote bug-out location would be the pinnacle of preparedness, it’s actually something much less exciting than that. It’s a compilation of simple habits that are truly the key to long-term survival in a crisis. When something becomes a habit, it’s like muscle memory – you don’t even have to think about it to do it. It just comes as naturally as brushing your teeth in the morning or washing your hands after you use the restroom. It’s actually uncomfortable NOT to perform an action that has become a habit.
The way prepared people spend their time before an emergency is the real key to survival, and this is something that no amount of money can buy. How many of these daily habits apply to you?