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12/04/2019 / By Grace Olson
For beginners, prepping seems like a big task. There are so many things to consider: potential disasters, supplies and most especially money. If you’re a first-time prepper, take a step back first and breathe. Beginners all start somewhere and you don’t need to prepare everything at the same time. (h/t to TheOrganicPrepper.com)
Knowing your priorities is a big help when it comes to picking out supplies. Some beginners make the mistake of packing some snacks and a book, thinking it’s enough to last an emergency. However, any veteran prepper knows that you have to cover your physiological needs first before anything else. These basic needs include:
Once you have covered the basic needs, you can consider items for personal security and sources of entertainment next.
Prepping newbies make the mistake of hoarding store-bought supplies. While these items may offer help, you should learn how to make the most of the things you do have at home. Here are some tips on proper storage of basic survival supplies:
It is important to remember that each kit is different for every individual. After covering basic needs, everything else is adjusted for the person’s needs and wants. Consider the following tips:
After preparing the physical supplies, here are other things you need to consider:
If all this seems overwhelming, you can focus on the basics. Once you’re confident with those, you can build your prepping arsenal. The important thing is to start right now.
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