The Top Habits of Preparedness
According to Survival Sullivan “Being a prepper is a lifestyle choice, and as such you will need to build up habits that will allow you to become a proper prepper rather than just somebody who happens to have food and supplies stocked up.
You might think that some of the habits of preparedness seem hard to manage and that is precisely why you must turn them into habits. This is not something you do because you are required to, but rather acquiring a habit is something that you learn to do naturally so it will be second nature like brushing your teeth or making your bed in the morning.
If you take the time to master these 8 habits, you will become a better prepper. From staying fit to keeping all your skills up to date and always being informed, you’ll learn tips on how to go about teaching yourself or strengthening each habit to help you be more prepared and leaves you with this promising note:
“Building up good habits is far easier than breaking bad ones; it just takes discipline and willpower. At the beginning, you might need something to remind you to get some of these done, setting up alarms or post-it notes around your house is a good idea at the very beginning so long as you remember to wean yourself off them so that it will become a habit rather than another chore. All that remains to say in closing is keep at it and good luck!”