Something All Preppers Need to Remember Revisited

Posted: November 14, 2012 in Commentary
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While it is important to be prepared for things that are occurring and things that might occur it is equally important to not obsess over these things.  Keep everything in its proper perspective.  If you can live your life prepared but also happy, healthy and with peace of mind then you are way ahead of most folks. 

Your health is of the utmost importance.  Without good health, everything else is secondary.  Work on doing all you can to be healthy, happy, develop peace of mind and have a positive outlook on life.  Everything else will then fall into place.

I have added a new image link to the left side of my blog page for ordering my Post Apocalyptic Fiction Book entitled American Rebellion Book 1 of the Revolution.  Order today as the next book in the continuing series, American Rebellion Book 2 of the Revolution will be available next month.  Keep the comments coming 🙂

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  1. Tina says:

    Just as we departed our old home to move where we are… the power was out for 5 days! Needless to say, I’m glad I wasn’t stuck out there with the kids and no water, electricity, etc! Another reason to be prepared (!) Darned ICE storms 😦

    • rmactsc says:

      Being without power for an extended period of time really makes one appreciate how important electricity really is. Did your move go smoothly? How is your new home working out so far?

  2. 2 days and nights with no hot water and no heating taught me a vital tool to survival is a good kettle! (many boils required to fill up the bath tub! Many, many, many boils lol) I am now hunting down a really huge outsize one to squeeze into my already bulging Bug Out Bag 😀 Failing that must somehow learn how to switch it back on without getting caught, lol when the landlord switches it off in the hope of driving unwanted tenants out! Also learning the survival skills required to survive the “broken” washing machine syndrome…charge the landlord for the laundry bills seems like a good starting point 🙂

    • rmactsc says:

      Last year we lost power for 8 straight days and even with a generator running it’s amazing how much most of us, myself included, take everyday conveniences for granted. Charge the landlord double; that will teach him a lesson 🙂

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