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This is probably a title that raises eyebrows. It might even make you a little frustrated.
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Despite popular belief its good to get mad when you are told you aren’t prepared. This “push” will make you rethink your preps and consider what you can do better. There is so much life being breathed into preparedness after Harvey and Irma. Does the American public take action or do they stagnate again?
2019 Has been no picnic but how prepared are you?
There are always improvements that can be made. Never stop.
You can refine and change and take advantage of the time you have to prep more and better. Americans are struggling financially and that makes prepping hard. Try to do something new each week whether that’s a plan or a purchase.
How much water do you really have stored? Are you in a place where you have weeks worth of water stored? Months? What happens after your stored water runs out? When it comes to water many preppers are hardly as prepared as they want to be.
Americans are abysmal when it comes to savings. That leads me to believe that they are also suffering from having a lack of an emergency cash fund on hand. It’s hard to put money away and leave it there.
The idea of bugging out is a good one but how many people have any ability to afford a bugout location with some walls and a roof? Bugging out to the woods is a no-no and it’s just gonna be as good as the weather is. You are really gonna struggle.
Without these three things met you might still be in a pretty good place but how do you feel about your level of preparedness? There is still much to be done. Dont take your foot off the gas.