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If you’re like most preppers, your day-to-day life is probably very similar to that of a non-prepper’s. You have electricity, running water, and a vehicle that you drive to work. You probably even spend a good portion of your spare time watching TV or browsing the Internet. The only difference is that you spend some of your time gathering emergency supplies and practicing survival skills.
You see, it’s one thing to live a relatively normal life while occasionally prepping for a disaster. It’s a whole other thing to actually live off the grid. To do that, it takes a helluva lot more than survival kits and bug out bags. Not only do you have to produce your own food, you also have to be able to fix anything that breaks.
If you’ve ever thought about living off the grid and starting your own homestead, this article from our sister site, Homestead Survival Site, will give you an idea of what kind of tools you’ll want to have on hand. Follow the link below to check it out.