Every once in a while, it is important to take a back seat to the process of prepping and do a little planning. I say this because things change and life evolves, requiring a re-examination of the who, what, and why of prepping. Let's face it. You probably remember why you started to set food, water, and supplies aside, and why you began to bone up on off-grid skills. But in the flurry of preparedness activities, have you ever taken a look at your original plan and made circumstantial changes?
If you are saying "what plan", join the crowd!
Today I am going to challenge all preppers, new or experienced, to take and hour or so to think about "the plan". I will do this by asking a few questions.. . . Read More