While supplies are a big part of preparedness, they are only one piece of the puzzle. Supplies can only help so much without the proper skills and knowledge.
Learning what supplies you need and why you need them will also help save you money in the long run. There are some supplies you shouldn’t skimp on, and some that don’t need to be “top of the line”.
While there are many aspects of preparedness that are universal, not everything is going to be right for you and your situation. What works for one person may not be the best option for you.
Therefore, it’s important to tailor a preparedness plan that fits your needs. Your finances, your lifestyle, your geographic location, and your family structure will all play a role in your preparedness plans.
This is where all the behind the scenes work come into play. The family planning, the personal threat assessment, and the budgeting. All of this will help you build a good foundation to ensure that you are as prepared as you need to be.
The Course Includes...
Week 1: Groundwork & Planning
Week 2: Food and Water
Week 3: Supplies and Kits
Week 4: Fine Tuning
Bonus Learning Resources Included.
Getting your family on the same page can be a challenge at times. Whether it’s a house fire, natural disaster, or something bigger, it’s important that everyone knows the plan.
As you begin to accumulate food and supplies things can get out of hand quickly. Doing inventory periodically and making sure everything gets rotated is very important.
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