10 Tips for New Preppers: Supplies, Survival food and Emergency Essentials

10 Tips for New Preppers: Supplies, Survival food and Emergency Essentials

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Thinking of prepping but don’t know where to start? I am here to help with my Top 10 Tips For New Preppers.

1. Start small. There is no need to prepare for the zombie Apocalypse if you don’t have enough supplies to last you 3 days without power.
2. Start with Food and Water. To often new preppers want to focus on guns, knives and ammo. It may not be as glamorous but your first preps should be food and water.
3. Develop your skills. Prepping is not just about what you buy but is also about developing your skill set and expanding your knowledge.
4. Build a prepper community. Talk about prepping to your friends, co-workers and family.
5. Tailor your preps to your geographical location. If you live up north you need to focus on keeping warm in the winter, if you live down south you need to focus on staying cool in the summer.
6. Develop a plan B. AKA a Bug Out Bag. Bugging in should always be your plan A. Only Bug Out if you absolutely need to.
7. Practice with your preps. Having preps is not enough, you need to be proficient with them and know how to use them when shit hits the fan.
8. Use List to stay organised. Create prepper supplies list, emergency food list and anything else. This will help you stay organized and buy everything you need.
9. Get into shape. When the shit hits the fan and you are forced to fend for your self you want to be in the best shape possible.
10. Learn First Aid. Skills in first aid will literally save your and your family life.

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20 Comments

  1. Very imformative and well presented nice video

  2. You are solely responsible for your own destiny and always for the decisions that shape the rest of your life. You shall have the power to protect and save you and your family … even to rebuild your community during the worst scenarios. video guide https://t.co/sTYs3uDbpX

  3. The pipeline burst in Alabama the other day ought to be a wake up call to everyone. Here's a small accident that's threatening fuel shortages for millions of people in the south east US. No fuel means no work, no transport, no groceries, no food. Fortunately this was self contained and should be resolved soon, but it could have been much, much worse. Food, water, and financial reserves should be everyone's top priorities.

  4. if every one dies but you ya……… kinda got dibs on the whole planet so supplies won't be an issue. lol

  5. Thanks

  6. No candleholders?  (just a buck each at a dollar store or many thrift stores)  Take a small metal or baking bowl, put a few inches (depending on the size of the candle) of salt in it and the candle in the center.  For safety, put it in a larger bowl with a few inches of water.  Keep watch.

  7. As a starting pepper you should buy long-shelf products you freq. use in your household. When they expire you can consume them and replace them. Peanut butter, rice, pasta, instant tea etc. That is much easier than eating dry NRG s or canned bread and you don t have to throw anything out.

  8. Depending on what area you are in, having a weapon to protect yourself and your family should be the top priority. If it were widely reported tomorrow that the US economy is in free fall and the stock market crashed it would be a good time to get out of Dodge. If things got worse and worse over the next few days, I sure as hell would not want to be anywhere near: New York, Chicago, Las Angeles, or any other large population base.

    Unless a person has access to their own personal island when SHTF, they will have to deal with other people. If people do not want to be viewed as week or a soft target, they had better arm themselves. I guarantee that the SHTF plan for some people is to just overpower and steal what others have prepped. A gun is just like any other tool; it has a purpose and it is better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it.

  9. ThaiSin SchallHouse

    Great video.

  10. Just bump into your channel and really enjoyed it. You now have a new subscriber.

  11. KILLUMINATI NEWS .INFOWARS

    If you havent got a gun to defend yourself your ''food and water'' will vanish lol,.Number 1 priority is safety

  12. I think this is all good general advice…. I started small like said and before I knew you are prepared beyond what you thought with new skills, new kit, new tools. Bugging in and bugging out, 1st aid trained etc.. have plan & look towards it but also be able to think on the go. keep well everyone! All the best.

  13. climaterealistsbondi

    Research edible weeds and how to prepare them.

  14. I appreciate and enjoy your videos but I have to disagree on the first item to focus on. It shouldn't be food and water. Shelter/Heat/Fire are primary. If you freeze to death or drown in flood waters it doesn't matter how much food and water you have stored away. Water can be found in most areas and is fairly simple to purify (SODIS etc). . .and most people have enough food in their current kitchen (canned goods etc) to last at least a week or two. Food and Water come second (a close second. . .but still second)

  15. There are a lot of factors in prepping. One resource I found that succeeds in merging these is the Survivor Crusher System (google it if you're interested) definately the most incredible survival resource that I've heard of.Check out the great free video.

  16. the best success that ive ever had was by using the Survivor Crusher System
    (just google it) definately the best preppers that I have ever tried.

  17. tks great info

  18. dude I'm a child and my mom will not let me do this and ive tried 4 times to convince her.

  19. yaw'all always forget aluminium wrap, seriously the most important defence for when SHTF.

  20. Dion St. Michael

    Really enjoyed this first video. Simple, common sense that didn't overwhelm. Great stuff. I'm hooked already.

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