Considering the disasters that have taken place in the last ten years, it’s understandable that people have become more concerned about their personal well-being when thinking about possible future catastrophes, such as man-made or natural disasters. Many of these people, who think and plan ahead for future emergencies, fall under the category of ‘preppers.’
Preppers—not necessarily survivalists who can be dropped off in any remote location and live off of the land—educate their families and prepare their homes in order to help survive major disasters. Preppers take a back to basics approach to living that includes greater personal obligation, and today, who can argue that knowing first aid, being able to grow your own foods, and having a food supply for a couple of months and additional emergency back-up plans are bad ideas? Throughout history there have always been people who have prepared for possible disasters, but today, with the internet, preppers are able to connect with each other and share their plans and thoughts on preparedness. Prep, prepare, prepping … for preppers, it’s a common sense approach to living in uncertain times. If you’re interested in learning more about the prepping lifestyle, visit http://www.americanpreppersnetwork.com/ .
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