In this episode, I’ll be going over stepping out of our prepping comforts zones and being honest with ourselves about how prepared we really are. It’s common for preppers to become complacent from time to time, but it sure seems like now is the time to take stock and prep up.
I’ll also be going over the recent bank closures and how that affects us. Is this a sign that things are about to get even worse for the economy? And what can we do to soften the blow if/when it does?
Links Mentioned in the Show
Disaster Preparerer (Arthor Bradley)
Jan Vessell says
I appreciated my parents since I was a small child. They raised chickens, rabbits, hogs, and 2 cows. They had a small orchard and a large garden. My Mom canned. Dad worked at local PPG factory. I used to walk around, climb trees and think how lucky I was. Now, I live in same house, just have a dozen chickens and 6 raised beds for vegetables. Several fruit trees and a nut grove. I sometimes can and also freeze from my orchard. Then in 2016, I bought a Prepper magazine and was facinated. I began storing canned goods and all other supplies a home needed. I have a basement full of shelves filled with food. I do still enjoy reading the Prepper magazines and Survivalist magazines. I’m a retired county deputy and own 5 guns. So, I feel prepared. A large creek is in walking distance but well below possibility of flooding. I feel pretty well set, but will keep educating myself. Jan Vessell