Prepping is the only way to get ready for any disaster or emergency. But you should consider a few things before you start to ensure that your preparations are up to the task and minimize the risk of being overwhelmed by an unexpected event.

This video covers some common prepping concerns, basic preparedness needs, and how to filter out the noise that does us no good. 

While there is inherently a “fear” aspect to preparedness because we’re preparing for some pretty bad stuff, we don’t need to add to it. Getting extremely emotional and panicking does us no good when it comes to prepping. We need to have a clear head, and clear goals. 

Why Do Conspiracy Theories Interest Preppers?

Preppers are often drawn to conspiracy theories because they often involve the potential for large-scale, unexpected events that could severely disrupt life as we know it. They are also seen as a way to gain insight into possible threats and how to prepare for them. Preparing for disasters means understanding the risk factors associated with these disasters and having a plan in place in case one should happen. Conspiracy theories provide another source of information that can help preppers better understand what’s at stake and how best to respond.

Preparing for Power Grid Failures

Preparing for power grid failures is an important part of prepping. Many preppers strive to keep the lights on, no matter what the situation. The recent attacks on the power grid, hacking possibilities, and overall neglect are big reasons why preppers are concerned about power outages and blackouts. 

As preppers, we should have alternative energy sources, such as backup generators and solar panels, and reliable non-electric devices that can be used in lieu of electrical appliances. Keeping a well-stocked pantry allows preppers to have food and drinks in case of extended power outages.

Inflation and Economic Collapse

Economic collapse is a real concern, and preparing for the worst-case scenario is important. Keeping some cash safely stored away from prying eyes is always smart. Additionally, investing in tangible assets that maintain their value regardless of market volatility is also wise – this could include real estate, gold, or silver. 

Bartering will become more commonplace during tough economic times, so it may pay off to be stocked up with goods and services people could seek out during a crisis. Finally, having multiple sources of income is also an excellent way to prepare for impending inflation or downturns in the economy.

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