“What’s Your Plan”

This is a real question. And if you don’t have a plan, then it’s time to consider one. Plan for the worst but expect the best, that way you’re prepared, but centered. It’s much better to have what you need but never have to use it, than to need something but not have it. Start with the basics and then build from there: Water, non-perishable food items, medical supplies, warm/dry clothing/shoes, lighters/matches, candles, a plan to meet up up with your family should you become separated, and a weapon of choice that you are knowledgeable using (I’m not going to tell you what because it’s important for you to be responsible and comfortable with your choice). This is a basic list and each item should be based on your family size and last you minimum 3 days, although building up from there is key. These items should easily be able to fit into a bag you and your loved ones can easy carry. Be smart, safe, and centered. Live your best life without fear, but never leave your ability to survive in someone else’s hands!


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