Preparedness Situation Monitoring

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here Without monitoring media and news outlets you won’t know what’s happening in the world. It’s vital to keep up to date with the news and be able to separate the facts from fiction. ● … Continue reading

Preparedness Risk Management

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here The sections below will help you identify, categorise and mitigate any risks that you may have relating to disasters or bugging in/out. Managing Risks The following is a guide on how you can gauge … Continue reading

Assessing Prepper Vulnerabilities

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here You’re bound to have at least one weakness in your preparedness plan or preps. This section will shore up those weaknesses so one small mistake won’t leave you stranded. Risk management involves taking into … Continue reading

Prepper Burnout

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here The Signs The following are signs of prepper burnout. Prepper burnout is the becoming frustrated, tired or wanting to give up prepping for various reasons. Sign 1: They only read pessimistic new articles and … Continue reading

Prepping Deficiencies

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here Becoming a complacent prepper is one of the pitfalls of prepping. The following will discuss a few reasons we can become complacent and how to prevent them. No Urgency When things are going well … Continue reading

Types of Preppers

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here These are the different classes of preppers you may encounter on your preparedness journey. You may fit into one class perfectly or be split up over a few different ones to help shore up … Continue reading

Levels of Preparedness

This is an excerpt from my PDF ‘The Preparedness Encyclopedia (TPE)’. Download the PDF Version Here This is a classification of all preppers and gives a general idea of how prepared they are, what skills are known and their commitment to prepping. A lot of assumptions are made such as … Continue reading