Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Personalized Prepping - Part One - Doing It Your Way

There’s a lot of advice out there for people when it comes to prepping and being prepared. Unfortunately, it’s often based on personal experiences and the preferences of the person giving that advice. While this is not a bad thing, your prepping should always be personalized to satisfy your needs or the needs of your family.

There are a certain number of basic things that every prepper needs to do but how you achieve that goal can vary greatly from one person to the next. While a certain plan or strategy may be great for some, it may not work for others. Your basic goal of being prepared may be the same but it may be vastly different in how you accomplish it. Figuring out the best way for yourself to achieve your goals is half the battle.

My basic point is not to be afraid to do it your way. Figure out the way that works best for you and go with it. This will make being prepared a little easier. The basic concept of “one size fits all” doesn’t always apply when it comes to being prepared. Do what works best in your own personal situation. Modify your plans and change them as necessary to build a personalized plan for preparedness.

Whether it’s your food storage, your emergency fund or your bug-out plans, you also need to take advantage of your own personal experiences to be properly prepared. After all, experience is the best teacher.

Prepared to do it your way?

Staying above the water line!


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