The prepper lifestyle is good for preparing for the future, plus it is a great way to live a less stressful life.
Even those of us who choose to continue to work and not be completely off-grid can have a better life that is less stressful.
Being a prepper is not about pulling yourself away from society and living like a hermit it is living life in a way that allows you to be prepared for short or long term disasters or other unexpected situations so you don’t need to rely on others.
While the prepper lifestyle is great, it is not for everyone and it does take some planning and work.
If you know that you’re ready to walk away from being dependent on others for your needs, then by all means I encourage you to start living the prepper lifestyle.
Go ahead, talk to your family and make a commitment. Being totally self-sufficient is a huge life change but it is freeing in so many ways when you let go of your dependency on society.
If you’re in a relationship and your partner is dead-set against it, hates it, wants no part of it, you’re not ready if you don’t want to risk ruining the relationship – and take it from someone who knows, the pepper lifestyle can tear a relationship apart if you both are not on the same page.
If you have an unwillingness to learn how to prepare for the future or have no interest in sustainable living, then you’re not ready for the prepper lifestyle.
Isn’t now the time to get over the “I’m not ready” attitude and replace it with the “it’s time to prepare, just in case” attitude?
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Time to Prep
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