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You don’t realize how much prepping can change your day-to-day life until you’ve been doing it for a while. Little things that might seem paranoid to the average person (like survival caches buried in your backyard) become commonplace for you. I mean, come on, you have to have backup emergency supplies. What if your home is looted or destroyed? Okay, maybe it’s a little paranoid, but you have to be a little paranoid to be a good prepper.
This article is full of things that most preppers will be able to relate to. It was published early last year, but somehow I only just noticed it. It’s a really fun read that I wanted to share with you guys.
I can personally relate to at least half of these including, “You have topographical maps of your area…plural,” “You’ve purchased duct tape in bulk,” “You read articles about multiple ways to use white vinegar and nod your head throughout,” “You actually own a toilet seat that fits on a bucket,” and plenty more.
Daisy writes, “Prepping isn’t all about whiling away your hours in a bunker, reloading ammo. It’s about the everyday things we do and the differences in our mindsets from non-preppers, and these are things that only real preppers will understand…” Follow the link below to keep reading.