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Although many disasters strike without warning, oftentimes there is plenty of warning. For example, a hurricane is heading in your direction, the stock market is in a free fall, or a peaceful protest in your part of town is turning violent. If you see signs of a disruptive event, you should take action right away.
But what exactly should you do? Gaye from Backdoor Survival made a list of 10 last-minute preps (6 things you should do and 4 things you should buy). Remember, it’s not enough to stockpile supplies. You should also rehearse exactly what to do the day a disaster happens or is about to happen. This list will help you to be ready.
Gaye writes, “Back in the early days, before writing about any one aspect of prepping, I had to do a lot of research. Online resources were meager so there was a lot of trial and error involved as I formulated my own preparedness strategy. Sadly, as I look back, there was considerable error. Who knew? The good news is that the school of hard prepping knocks has taught me a thing or two. This is especially true when it comes to last minute preps.” Follow the link below to keep reading.