Read about the prepping lessons learned after 6 years of prepping from one of the experts in the preparedness community and get ahead of the game
You do anything for 6 years and there’s a good chance that how you do things now is a lot different than when you first started! Time and experience have taught you many things that you’ve added to your knowledge base. Maybe you even changed the way you do something completely! Prepping lessons are no different and after that long, it’s good to look back and realize how much you’ve learned.
Newbie preppers tend to go gung-ho and buy up all sorts of things they really don’t need and will likely never use. It’s pretty normal; we all make bad shopping choices from time to time. That doesn’t mean you’re a failure! It means you are learning and that is never a bad thing. Gaye Levy has been prepping for over 6 years now and shares with us her hits and misses over that time when it comes to preparedness.
One of the hits she lists is the importance of a grab and go bag. Sometimes, literally, all you can do is grab a bag and run for it! One of the misses she lists is saving a bunch of junk for bartering. Sure, bartering is important but do you really need 20 packs of playing cards? Will people really want them when they’re hungry? Read on for more!