As someone who was initially overwhelmed at the thought of prepping for every conceivable event on the planet, I finally settled into a routine of approaching preparedness methodically and in accordance with time, budget and perceived need.
What evolved was “Twelve Months of Prepping” and it has had quite a run. Now, six years later, to me, it seems rather simplistic. That said, countless readers have pointed out that twelve months of prepping was the perfect tool to help them get started and to become grounded in what it means to be a prepper.
It is now time to take things to the next level and become educated relative to specific risks that we all may face at some point down the road. Many of these risks are related to natural disasters while others may be considered apocalyptic. Whatever the risk, the goal of this series is to provide you with the basics you need to survive.
Let us begin with Month One: Preparing for an Electromagnetic Pulse, commonly known as an EMP.