Prepping is a practical skill that can benefit any household. Even if you don’t think the poop will ever hit the fan, our families don’t have to suffer so much (if at all) when the next natural disaster hits or if a political/economic decision or act of war affects our food or household good supply lines.
If you do decide that you want to err on the side of caution and prepare for a disaster that may be inevitable, there are two scenarios you need to know about. There are a lot of acronyms for both scenarios but they are known best as SHTF and TEOTWAWKI.
The Suburban Steader has a great post called “21 Prepper Skills You Can Improve This Weekend” that I highly recommend reading. It’s not an overwhelming or complicated list. Just some solid self-sufficiency skills you might be surprised you may already know or can develop without too much trouble.
You can read that article here: http://www.suburbansteader.com/21-prepper-skills-can-improve-weekend
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