Honestly I get a question similar to this at least once a day, “Jack, how in the world do you find the time and resources to do all of these things?”. So today I decided to discuss that subject because indeed prepping can seem over whelming at times.
Tune in today to hear…
- You always get the things done that you see as being the most important
- The false sense of security from “perceived abundance”
- Food stored is better then money in the bank
- The incremental approach to food storage
- 1 meal a month from your preps will teach you where your holes are
- The lesson of the ant, he didn’t store everything for winter in one day
- Why your construction projects are important beyond their immediate results
- Finding time to garden is easy if you just do a very little each day
- Making time to exercise, just take a walk
- Why preppers are building up their assets while most of America is building up debt
- Finish one project before you start the next
- Three items that should be in your car today, right now, get on it
- Slowing building up your bug out bag and bug out vehicles
- Understand how long you worked at being unprepared, you can’t correct it overnight
- The importance of planning
- A cool way to automate watering, very low tech but very effective
- Including education and awareness in your prepping
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