Prepping has its advantages for the average family.  As we saw at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, basic items flew off the shelves.  Despite a lack of diarrhea, toilet paper was the first to go.  It wasn’t long after that I found myself wandering around the grocery store improvising meal plans for my family based on the scarce food I could gather in my basket.  I had always admired my prepper friends, and discarded my own actions as not within my budget.  That was a lie.

Whether you can afford high-end emergency food supplies, or if you’re like me and have to get a few cans of chicken here, a bag of rice there, it is imperative to make sure you are in a position to take care of your family in an emergency.  Unfortunately, we are currently in a climate of civil unrest and riots throughout the nation, with an expected contested election merely a month away.  We don’t know what kind of impact this may have on store availability, if any at all.

Civil unrest isn’t the only reason to get prepared either.  In fact, it isn’t even the number one reason. 

We have seen time and time again the devastation that nature can unleash on a community.  Hurricanes hammer coastal areas every year.  Wild fires all along the west are cause for routine evacuations.  These are perfect examples why you should take the steps to be prepared, and save yourself the panic when the time comes. 

Don’t know where to begin?

In Plain Sight is currently offering a discount on their Prep 101 online class.  Utilizing Facebook Groups to offer an interactive and self paced setting,

This four week class is aimed specifically for people who are looking to begin their prepping journey and need help getting off in the right direction.  If this sounds like you, take advantage of the offer and feel at ease knowing you are taking the steps to ensure your family is prepared for whatever situation is coming. 


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By Josh Earwood

Josh has been an activist, citizen journalist, and commentator since 2013. He spent two years as a broadcast journalist, and has written for various groups in various capacities over the years. He has always been vocal, encouraging others to understand what is going on in the world around them.

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