Family

Family is the point! Prepper Life is about maintaining a preparedness mentality while keeping focus on the reason it is important; keeping our family safe. Working together as a family to become prepared is the best way to live the Prepper Life.

No Water Challenge - 1 Day

June 23, 2021
Water is such a basic resource that to picture life without running water is a nightmare come true. However, one of the signs of a full-blooded survivalist is to be able to maneuver your way out of any situation you find yourself, no matter how nightmarish it may seem.
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Prepper Life® Origins

February 22, 2021
Although the concept of being prepared was not new to me, in 2015, the possibility of dealing with major change to life as we know it began to become more of a reality for me. It was not one event that served as a catalyst, but rather a culmination of the state of the world that changed my mindset.
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Fire Evacuation Challenge

December 16, 2019
It is important that preparation is coupled with practice to establish habits that become automatic when an emergency occurs. Panic can be your worst enemy in an emergency situation. Practicing your fire evacuation plan can significantly reduce panic and increase your chances of survival.
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5 Tips for Surviving in an Increasingly Uncertain World

November 16, 2019
Humans dislike uncertainty in most situations, but some deal with it better than others. Numerous studies link high intolerance of uncertainty to anxiety and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, PTSD and eating disorders.
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No Power Challenge - 1 Day

March 24, 2016
By turning off your power for one day, you will quickly learn that your survival supplies checklist is missing some items. Disaster preparedness requires research, gathering emergency supplies and practicing survival skills.
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The Family That Steps Together Preps Together

January 2, 2015
Preparing for a disaster or survival situation can be an overwhelming project for some families. Having the necessary food, clothing, shelter, water, and other survival needs set aside and portable for one or two adults is relatively easy. However, the ability to store and carry enough to provide for the needs of infants and young children is far more difficult.
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