Prepping, short for preparedness, refers to the process of actively making arrangements, gathering supplies, and developing skills to be ready for potential emergencies or unexpected situations.

Prepping might be a broad concept but its various components are exceptionally helpful in building self-reliance, confidence, well-being and independence.

Here in South Africa, preparing for civil war is something about which Simon Roche talks a lot. Of course, no sane person wants a civil war, but, as he argues, being prepared is superior to being unprepared.

James Walton runs the Prepper Broadcasting Network and chatted to me about everyday carry, food storage, mobility, fitness, and what to do if zombies attack.

By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.

Benjamin Franklin

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