Tips For Beginning Preppers- Prepping for Beginners

tips for beginning preppers prepping for beginners how to get started prepping prepare your house to bug in most important prep biggest prepping mistake hi it's AlaskaGranny Alaska Prepper are you a new
prepper beginner and you're wondering how to get started prepping well I have some tips for you
stock up on emergency survival supplies a little at a time start with the most important prep water buy water storage containers and
fill them up yourself plan to store at least one gallon per person per day for
many days get a supply of every day stockpile a prepper pantry foods best foods to stockpile canned packaged easy to
prepare shelf stable food that's familiar that you normally eat get some
long-term food storage foods that last a long time things like beans rice oatmeal
honey you can buy those foods in number 10 cans or buy them in bulk and store
them in jars or food grade buckets for long term emergency food storage yourself
stock up on first-aid supplies buy a comprehensive first-aid kit then fill in
with first aid items that your family needs if you take prescription medicine wear
eyeglasses take into account the must-have items
next hygiene supplies stock up on extra things that you count on using every day
soap shampoo toothpaste toilet paper feminine hygiene supplies and household
cleaners paper towels and trash bags look over the things that you use every
day and make sure you have extras of those put away in your stockpile
emergency lights can be critical in a power outage or emergency situation make
sure you have flashlights with extra batteries candles with lighters matches lanterns
make sure you have lamp oil then whatever the special needs and supplies
that are specific to your family if you have elderly family members infants
small children figure out the special items you would need for those people
and make sure you have plenty of that on hand make an important papers file you
need to have copies of your identification your credit cards your
social security information your bank information tax records medical records
birth certificates insurance information and a list of
important contacts phone numbers like your family your work number your babysitter then make a
bug-out bag or a 72-hour kit assemble the things that you would grab and go in
an emergency evacuation situation things that could keep you going keep your life
on track for several days be a sensible prepper prepping doesn't have to be something scary and for an
apocalypse it just means you're smoothing the way for your family so
you'll always have what you need and you can make the best of any circumstances learn more at alaskagranny.com please subscribe to the AlaskaGranny channel

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