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Unless your home is in danger of being destroyed or an airborne disease is sweeping through your town, you’re better off staying at home than bugging out. It’s more comfortable, all your supplies are there, and as long as you have plenty of home security measures in place, you should have no trouble riding out a disaster.
But just because you’re better off at home doesn’t mean you’ll be perfectly safe. You need to be aware of what’s going on in your area, know when it’s time to give up and bug out, and have the training and knowledge to deal with unexpected situations. If you’re careless, bugging in could be just as dangerous as bugging out. In this article, Survivopedia offers five examples of bug in mistakes that could cost you your life.
Carmela writes, “There is no question that the decision to live off the grid will present many challenges, as will bugging out to a survival group or other safe location. Interestingly enough, it can also be very hazardous to stay at home during and after a major crisis or upheaval.” Follow the link below to keep reading.