Here are a few tips that could lessen the possibility of you and your family being trapped or suffering from a war that may rage thousands of miles from your doorstep.
Keep well-informed by the news on TV, radio or online media on what the country's involvement is, what weapons (conventional, biological, nuclear, etc.) are being used, how close attacks are happening and so on. Use the information to draw an actionable prepping plan.
Feel free to add what is not on this shortlist using what you've learned from your experience and those of others who have survived.
Learn simple strategies you can implement now to significantly improve your home security. (Related: Prepper project: Bulletproofing greatly improves your home defense.)
The following is just a sample of some worthy survival skills you and your family members might want to learn and master. (Related: 10 survival skills to learn and practice at home.)
In the old days, people used the "cookie jar" method, which allowed them to manage their expenses by saving and allocating money in different containers for separate purposes, such as rent, utilities, groceries, tuition, entertainment and so on. (Related: Financial preparedness: Tips for quickly building an emergency fund with a low income.)
If you have a family, involve every member in your survival preparedness plans so that you won't be the only one who knows what to do. (Related: Basic survival and prepping skills that your kids should learn ASAP.)
Engage with and foster a community of like-minded individuals to create a strong support network during challenging times. Don't fall into the trap of isolating yourself and your family in the guise of self-reliance.
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