With all the challenges that come with prepping, we don’t need to add unnessesery problems or challenges to our plate. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done sometimes. Having the right mindset, and understanding when, where are why you are falling short can save you time and money in the long run.
Prepping Pitfalls & Roadblocks
When it comes to preparedness, there are many pitfalls we need to be aware of, especially if we’ve been prepping for a while. With preparedness covering such a wide range of topics, it can be pretty easy to get overwhelmed and overspent.
This week we’ll go over some of the areas of preparedness we need to pay more attention to and some things to avoid. Prepping can be hard enough without adding unnecessary headaches to the process.
Psychology of Survival
Last week we went into detail about building mental fortitude and why it’s so crucial in preparedness. We can purchase all the prepping supplies we want, but things could get tricky if your head is in the wrong place.
This week, we will continue by talking about some other things that can affect your mental state. Whether it’s you, a family member, or a child, everyone needs to be mentally prepared to handle challenging situations. An SHTF event will be hard enough without the added stress.
Who Can You Trust These Days?
Why is it that we are supposed to blindly trust the very people responsible for spreading misinformation on a continued basis? And why is it that people are so easily led in one direction or another? The same people claiming to be fighting misinformation do far more damage than Joe Blo posting memes on Facebook.
We’ll also be going over how it’s no longer acceptable to ask questions about specific topics these days. If you question anything these days, you are immediately labeled “anti” something or a denier.
In this video, Joe Rogan and Jimmy Dore talk about how you are not allowed to question anything these days, and how everyone is at a fever pitch when it comes to Covid and other societal issues.
At the beginning of the show, we talked about how YouTube decided to throttle a video we did about the benefits of police gun cams. We ended up putting this video up over at Rumble. Make sure and subscribe to our channel over there.