Here Comes the Apocalypse
Prepping for Non-Preppers
Hi I’m Jen.
Tbh, I’m f*cking terrified.
If there’s anything COVID taught us, it’s that the unthinkable happens.
Supply chains break down. Extreme weather events are happening with increasing frequency.
Disaster preparedness is no longer just for preppers.
I’m on a mission to help you prepare.
We break disaster preparedness down into digestible chunks. And no, you don’t need to go buy a year’s supply of toilet paper (just yet).
STEP 1: MAKE A PLAN
When shit gets real, the adrenaline is running through your blood. Having established plans will help everyone stay calm and decisive.
STEP 2: GET THE GEAR
Put those online shopping skills to good use! At a minimum, you’ll want a Go Bag for situations where you have to evacuate and an emergency kit for when you have to shelter-in-place.
STEP 3: DRILL (& CHILL)
Disaster preparedness is an ongoing process. Make a practice of having emergency drills and checking your supplies regularly.
Preparing for future emergencies is the ultimate in self-care.
And, possibly, essential for your survival.
What? Are you not convinced?
We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the average number of US disasters causing a billion or more dollars in damage annually has almost tripled, from 6.7 per year to 18 per year since the 2000s.
Still not convinced? Might we recommend some light reading?