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The Adelphi University Center for Health Innovation national poll reveals that nearly half of U.S. adults do not have the resources and plans in place in the event of disaster. Click Here to go to the official page
- 44 percent don’t have first-aid kits
- 48 percent lack emergency supplies
- 53 percent do not have a minimum three-day supply of nonperishable food and water at home
- 55 percent believe local authorities will come to their rescue if disaster strikes
- 52 percent have not designated a family meeting place if they are separated during an emergency
- 42 percent do not know the phone numbers of all of their immediate family members
- 21 percent don’t know if their workplace has an emergency preparedness plan
- 37 percent do not have a list of the drugs they are taking
- 52 percent do not have copies of health insurance documents
People always come up with excuses for not being prepared, it’s either “I can’t afford it.”, “I don’t have the room.”, “I don’t have the time.” or “It will never happen in my life.” But when it does happen, how screwed are you gonna be since you didn’t even make an attempt to start prepping.
But the thing is you can, you’re just refusing not too and just coming up with excuses.
There are many reasons you should be prepared, it could range from something as small as a family member getting hurt, all the way up to losing a job or even homeless, even a catastrophic scenario if worse comes to worst! Being prepared doesn’t make you crazy or paranoid, it just means you’re prepared for the worst to come, which is a smart thing to do, many people think local authorities will come to your rescue when a catastrophic event happens but sadly that won’t happen, they have their own families to worry about.
Here are some basic examples you can do to start emergency prepping. (We’re not going to write you a book here.)
Save a little money from your paycheck!
You don’t need to save up TONS of money to start prepping, you can save a dollar a day, five, ten, or even twenty dollars a week from your paycheck and use it to start prepping!
Do your research!
Look around online, read books, or ask anyone at SHTF Preppers for help of course.
Stockpile shelf stable foods and water, canned goods, ammo, medical and supplies for hygiene, etc. (Scroll down on the home page for a list of recommend stuff to stockpile ).
Get your fitness gain on!
The better shape you’re in, the better chance you have surviving a SHTF situation………If you have a bug out bag, go for a walk or jog with it on so you get use to the weight and going long distances with it.
Just like we said at the top, Research! Buy books, start a small survival/prepping library. Because when the lights go out, the internet won’t be here to answer your questions.