Almost all the preppers I’ve met weren’t raised to be preppers. Rather, most of them got interested in prepping after some event shook their confidence in the system. For example, many people started prepping after hurricane Katrina, and even more started prepping after the stock market crash in 2008.
Whatever the reason, there are 5 stages almost all new preppers go through. It’s important to get through to the fifth stage lest you become too frightened or overwhelmed to think clearly. If that happens, your quality of life will suffer and you might give up on prepping altogether. You don’t want to let that happen. So which stage are you in?
LeAnn writes, “There are cycles to everything in life, ebbing and flowing. Deciding that you want to change your lifestyle to a more prepared state can be exciting, fun, scary, thrilling, and drive you crazy from time to time. I’m not a ‘new’ prepper anymore but I’m also not an old hat.” Follow the link below to keep reading.