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When most people think of preppers, they picture middle-aged white guys. While that demographic does make up a large portion of preppers, there are people of all races, genders, and ages who are interested in prepping. There are even teenage preppers out there.
You might be surprised to learn just how many members are Generation Z are interested in prepping. They’ve grown up in a world where the United States has always been at war and where the world economy barely avoided another Great Depression, so many of them are acutely aware of how dangerous the world is.
In this video, City Prepping shares seven tips for teenage preppers. These tips also apply to anybody who’s new to prepping. Here are his tips:
- Focus On Skills Over Gear
- Physical Fitness
- Get Involved With Boy Scouts
- Learn To Regulate Your Finances
- Learn The Value Of Hard Work
- Don’t Get Caught Up In Fear
- Work With Your Parents, Not Against Them
Be sure to watch the video below to hear him expand on these tips. For each one, he spends a couple minutes sharing some excellent advice.