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The Practical Prepper
Recent changes in my day job have unfortunately required me to schedule a hiatus from my regularly scheduled writing here on The Practical Prepper. I've enjoyed my time with this blog and greatly appreciate the hundreds (maybe thousands) of readers who visited and read my posts — thank you all very much!
At this juncture, it seems appropriate to provide a look back at all of the blog's posts. As the newest post of the bunch, this post is naturally positioned to provide newer readers with a sense of the organization and content available. Regular readers may find this post helpful as a "table of contents," of sorts.
Preparedness Planning & Philosophy: These posts are written to essentially walk beginning preppers through the fundamentals of prepping, and were intended to be read in a more or less sequential order:
Food and Water Storage: The articles collected here provide useful tips on how to go about storing food and water, as well as addressing some topics regarding food storage:
Tools for Bugging In or Bugging Out: The first three posts below relate to ideas that are useful within your home, especially if you have to shelter in place ("bugging in"). The other two are more geared toward evacuating ("bugging out"):
Financial Preparedness: Preparedness is not just about being ready for natural disasters. It's important to be able to weather financial storms in your life too. These posts will help you toward that goal:
Preparedness against Specific Threats: These posts discuss specific natural disasters and how you can prepare for them:
Gardening Topics: Part of being self-reliant, and thus being prepared, is to produce some of your own food. These articles help non-Farmers get started with their gardening:
Miscellaneous Preparedness Topics: The first three of these articles are a grab-bag of topics that were written to highlight some skill that augments a self-reliant/prepared lifestyle. The last one is an earlier retrospective that discussed the most popular posts on this blog (at the time of that writing):
I hope that you find (or have found) the material posted on The Practical Prepper. Once again, thanks for reading… and stay prepared!
Believing that preparedness and self-reliance are key to individual freedom, Atticus Freeman is the founder of the Self-Reliant Info blog, in addition to authoring The Practical Prepper weekly blog here on Farm Dreams. Thanks for reading!
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