Take a step back and look at your current situation. If it helps, write it down.
Where do you live? Do you live in a city, suburbs, rural, etc?
How many people are in your home? Do you have small children? Do you have pets? Do you have elderly people living there?
What kind of living situation are you in? Do you live in a house, apartment, condo, high-rise, etc.
What kind of situations are the most likely to happen where you live?
How prepared do you want to be vs. How prepared are you now?
Take inventory of everything you have.
How much food and water do you currently have on hand? What supplies do you have handy in a given scenario? Again, write it down if it helps.
Start by organizing the supplies you already have on hand. You can add more any time.
Think about organizing your supplies into "kits." For example, a blackout kit might be a single box or bag that you can grab if the power goes out, but it will have most everything you need during that time without power.
Once you've completed the previous steps, you should have a decent idea of where your supplies are strong and where you might fall short.
A good rule for those just starting out is to have at least 2 weeks worth of supplies on hand. So start evening out your supplies to make sure you have what you need.
What good is having supplies or tools if you dont know how to use them?
Learn how to use everything you have, and take the time to get proficient with them.
Continue to build up your knowledge and supplies over time.
Remember, there is absolutely zero downside in being prepared.
If you have any questions or want advice, feel free to reach out to us and we are more than happy to help.
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