Saturday, November 15, 2008

Simple Survival Tips - Balanced Preppin'

While it is very easy to get carried away by our emotions at time, it is important to keep a balance in your preps. There are certain things that you will always need to survive. If you fail to maintain a proper balance within these needs, you run the risk of endangering your survival.

You will need food and water. Your survival depends on it. You will also need shelter. Humans are relatively frail creatures that don't do well in harsh or extreme climates. You will also need protection. If you don't have the means to protect your food and water or your shelter, you will be endangering your survival. All of the things necessary for your survival are each a vital part of the whole package that is necessary for you and your family to survive.

Don't let yor emotions run wild. Cooler heads always prevail. Think about where you're at and where you want to be. Don't ignore one part of your preps to the detriment of the others. Leave the panic mode for the sheeple who haven't even begun to prepare. Realize that if you fail to keep a proper balance, you could suddenly find yourself in worse shape that you thought!

Staying above the water line!



Degringolade said...

couldn't agree more.

Keep things in perspective and keep calm. Hyperventilating at this stage of the game is definitely counterproductive.

Sam said...


I'm thinking fear is our enemy for sure. On the other hand the urgency we feel today is a gut level warning to get busy prepping.

Overcome this fear with dogged determination. We need to be there, thinking and doing.

You called it first RW. Now see today, Kathy is back. Also see today. We are all seeing/ feeling the same urgency.

As a side note to this, I think ammo is more important to get right now than guns. Not a few boxes, but a few 1k cases. Not online, but locally with cash. You pay more, sure, but you then actually have it in your hands. $100 in .22 is still 2,500 rds. This is something, and cost the same as 70 rds of 308. We need to be thinking resistance today.

Your friend too,

riverwalker said...

To: deringolade

Now is definitely not the time to panic. Stop and think about what you're going to do next and make a plan and stick to it. Thanks.


riverwalker said...

To: sam

I've been posting like crazyin order to avoid all the negativity out there. We all know it's bad and is probably going to get a lot worse before it gets any better. My main fear is that it's going to take a very, very long time before we see any kind of "normal" any time soon.

The sheeple are being lulled by lower fuel prices right now, but I have a strong gut feeling they are going to go through the roof in a very short time. I'm thinking as much as $8 to $10 gallon by summer of 2009. Not a good thing!


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