Are you struggling to prepare your family for any possible crisis? Have you ever thought to yourself, "If I only had a list, I could really wrap my head around all this prepper stuff."
Wondering where to begin and deciding where to best expend your energy — and money? The Complete Book of Prepping Lists approaches these issues from a practical point of view.
I needed lists to organize my thinking about my preparations. Other readers have asked for them also. Having lists to follow (even if you need to adjust them to your own needs) gives you a starting point, the ability to cross off what you have or what you just purchased. Seeing the results of your preps on paper gives a sense of accomplishment as well as peace of mind as your supplies grow.
Take a list or part of a list each week and make that your "preparation task" for the week. Set aside a specific amount of water or purchase a certain amount of extra food. Drop all your change into a bottle to grow your stash of cash for emergencies.
If you live in an area with seasons, like real winters, start on those lists that pertain to warmth and light. If you're most worried about having enough food, start on those lists first.
If you diligently attack a list or part of a list each week, by the end of the book you will be a seasoned prepper and fully stocked to withstand emergencies lasting three months — or more.
Follow each list in The Complete Book of Prepping Lists for results that will let you sleep peacefully every night.
Even if you're well into prepping, chances are you'll find a few items you may have missed in your planning.