The term refers to the steps you take to make sure you are safe before, during and after an emergency or natural disaster. These plans are important for your safety in both natural disasters and man-made disasters.
So you decided that you want to get involved with prepping. You heard a lot about it and it sounds like a good idea – better to be safe than sorry right? It seems that the trend has been growing and will continue to grow over time. Prepping for beginners may start to get a bit overwhelming as to where to start your journey. Maybe you believe there are some very real threats to our way of life that could force us into an off-grid situation any day soon…
In any case, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared, and that’s exactly what we’re here for…
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The Prepper Journal is a daily survival blog devoted to a wide variety of preparedness, survival, self-reliance, and personal defense topics for readers who want to protect themselves and their families from seen and unseen disasters in our future. I started the Prepper Journal in 2013, with the goal of helping people become more prepared for life’s curve-balls.
If you are a little old fashioned like me and if you care about saving your grandparents’ lost knowledge, then you’ve come to the right place. We are the last generation that can truly do something about it. This is why I put together The Lost Ways: to save our forefathers’ survival skills. Few people nowadays know how to make pemmican, the ultimate survival food, the powerful wild lettuce painkiller, the self-feeding fire, or the 7-day log cabin.