By: Robert Studer
The past few weeks have tumultuous to say the least throughout the world. From the terror attacks on Paris to the downing of a Russian fighter jet by Turkey, now has never been a better time to think about preparing. For most people who read this blog, prepping is a way of life and they are well on their way to being able to react to any coming emergency, whatever it may be.
But what about the people in your lives who feel that your preparedness lifestyle is a little extreme, or feel it’s either a waste of time and money? May be they don’t feel the need to prepare because either, they think that nothing will ever happen or, the government has us covered. How can we help those who don’t think prepping is important? Continue reading