Practical Prepping Podcast

Episode #41, "Who or What Is A Prepper?" Also covered are considerations when becoming a prepper, and things you may have missed if you are already a prepper.

March 29, 2021 Mark & Krista Lawley Episode 42
Practical Prepping Podcast
Episode #41, "Who or What Is A Prepper?" Also covered are considerations when becoming a prepper, and things you may have missed if you are already a prepper.
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Practical Prepping Podcast
Episode #41, "Who or What Is A Prepper?" Also covered are considerations when becoming a prepper, and things you may have missed if you are already a prepper.
Mar 29, 2021 Episode 42
Mark & Krista Lawley

"Being a Prepper is nothing more than making sure that you and your loved ones will make it through the next big thing that is out of the ordinary, planning for all of you to live through till the problem is over."  - Bob Childers

Lots of ways to define prepping or preppers.
TEOTWAWKI "The End Of The World As We Know It"
Looked at by many as the "Crazy prepper"
OFF-GRIDDERS/HOMESTEADERS:
Live like what our grandparents just called "life"

A Prepper Is Not someone:
has 3 ARs and a big bucket of ammo and believes they are a prepper; OR....has ordered a years worth of food, but if that is all...

An  "prepper" is a person who wants to:
make sure the family is taken care of.
see the family get through the "what ifs"
who takes responsibility to provide for themselves when others must depend on someone else

What does it take to be prepared for most disasters or weather events?
To be prepared be self-sufficient, in any event, for a minimum of 7 days, 14 days is better.

Well rounded preppers don't get so caught up in prepping for what might happen in the future that they ignore relationships, or fail to live in the here and now.

Considerations:
Food & Water
Shelter
Shelter At Home
Shelter For Get-Home Situations
Electrical Needs
Medical
- good first aid kit
Security - Adequate for risk
Sanitation options

Tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, wild fires, and snowstorms WILL happen as we have seen recently.
Maybe this episode will help you and your family get through it much easier.

Please click the subscribe button on your podcast provider, so that you never miss an episode.

Please consider supporting the podcast by buying us a cup of coffe. You can do that by going to www.buymeacoffee.com/practicalprep

We invite you to drop us an email at [email protected]

You can find us on Facebook at Practical Prepping

We have a number of articles for your prepper learning at www.practicalprepping.info

Join us on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for more episodes of Practical Prepping Podcast.

Show Notes

"Being a Prepper is nothing more than making sure that you and your loved ones will make it through the next big thing that is out of the ordinary, planning for all of you to live through till the problem is over."  - Bob Childers

Lots of ways to define prepping or preppers.
TEOTWAWKI "The End Of The World As We Know It"
Looked at by many as the "Crazy prepper"
OFF-GRIDDERS/HOMESTEADERS:
Live like what our grandparents just called "life"

A Prepper Is Not someone:
has 3 ARs and a big bucket of ammo and believes they are a prepper; OR....has ordered a years worth of food, but if that is all...

An  "prepper" is a person who wants to:
make sure the family is taken care of.
see the family get through the "what ifs"
who takes responsibility to provide for themselves when others must depend on someone else

What does it take to be prepared for most disasters or weather events?
To be prepared be self-sufficient, in any event, for a minimum of 7 days, 14 days is better.

Well rounded preppers don't get so caught up in prepping for what might happen in the future that they ignore relationships, or fail to live in the here and now.

Considerations:
Food & Water
Shelter
Shelter At Home
Shelter For Get-Home Situations
Electrical Needs
Medical
- good first aid kit
Security - Adequate for risk
Sanitation options

Tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, wild fires, and snowstorms WILL happen as we have seen recently.
Maybe this episode will help you and your family get through it much easier.

Please click the subscribe button on your podcast provider, so that you never miss an episode.

Please consider supporting the podcast by buying us a cup of coffe. You can do that by going to www.buymeacoffee.com/practicalprep

We invite you to drop us an email at [email protected]

You can find us on Facebook at Practical Prepping

We have a number of articles for your prepper learning at www.practicalprepping.info

Join us on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for more episodes of Practical Prepping Podcast.