Homesteading Preppers 8 Tweaks to Prepare
Whether you or not you believe in EMPs, the dollar collapse or other apocalyptic scenarios, one thing is clear: you should prepare. But how do you do it without people judging you? How do you do it without changing your lifestyle or moving to a more secure location?
Great news: if you’re a homesteader, you can scale up your efforts to be a lot better prepared than most people. The transition is easy because the things you’re already doing are going to be of tremendous help should a long-term emergency occur.
First thing’s first…
Stock up on more items to grow, process and consume your food
If you’re a pro, you already have a lot of things to be more productive. Well, in a long-term disaster, buying these items will be hard, either because of sky-high inflation or simply because they won’t be available.
So why not start buying more than you need? You get discounts for bulk purchases and you can start with cheap items that are essential to both homesteading and survival:
- knives and axes
- mortar and pestle (these are great for survival because they don’t require electricity)
- buckets and barrels
- gardening tools
- 1 or 2 extra wagons
…to put it shortly get anything that you use all the time that’s not too expensive, because they’re easy to fit into your budget….