Are you interested in prepping but don’t know where to start? Here are useful tips to help you get started.


  1. It’s not hard to get started with prepping. However, if you are on a tight budget, it might seem a little harder than you hoped for. You don’t have to go all out on the first round. Start small with this get home bag guide and grow then you will become a master at prepping.
  1. You need to understand the meaning of prepping. Basically, you need to pack the essentials like shelter, water and air. Once you have the basics covered, you can go to the next step. Also, don’t forget about self-actualization. Here, you need to find your hobbies and find yourself in the midst of all the prepping.
  1. You must be wondering how to be a prepper. Well, with our current economy, people have forgotten how to be preppers. Well, you can start by prepping bottled water. The first item on your prepping list should always be water because you can’t survive more than 3 years without it.

You can get your water in bulk at the dollar store. Of course, you need to read the warnings in the labels. Later on, you can try out water storage tanks or filtration methods. However, it’s simple you just need water.

Start by buying a few gallons of water. Make sure you have at least 3 gallons for each person in your household. You can buy affordable water about $1 for each gallon. Remember, you can’t live more than 3 days without water. It’s the best place to start with prepping.

  1. Next, you need to focus on bugging in. However, if you don’t have enough to bug in for a long time, that’s where you need to start. You are not likely going to be driven out of your house by intruders unless your home is prone to natural disasters such as tsunamis, tornadoes and hurricanes.

It’s a safe bet that you can stay safely at home when an emergency happens unless there is a direct threat. You will have access to more supplies. There are many advantages to bugging in your home than trying elsewhere. Start there and prepare for any emergency that might come while you are at home.

  1. Always remember that disasters can strike very fast and without prior warning. However, the type of disaster you are likely to face depends on where you live. That’s why you need to do your research and find out the type of disasters in the area you live. That way, you can be prepared in the event of anything.

Note that, when prepping for a disaster, you should be able to buy the right survival gear for each specific type of disaster. If you are new to prepping, it’s a good idea to prepare for specific disasters in the area where you live.

  1. When prepping for food, you should know that you can last about 4 weeks without food. That’s why it’s the second priority. You need to stock up on foods that you eat regularly at home. However, you should be prepared to lack refrigeration in the event there is no electricity.

Start by picking an extra can of meat, boxed crackers, peanut butters, fruits or vegetables every time you visit the grocery store. Add things to your list every time you visit the grocery store. First, you need to have at least 3 weeks of food and water.

Remember, prepping isn’t hard as long as you have the budget for it. That’s why you need to start saving money now so you can avoid the last minute rush. Buy small and grow your stack!


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