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10/13/2019 / By Grace Olson
You don’t need a lot of space to become a prepper. Having a homestead with a garden is ideal, but not everyone can afford that. Even if you live in an apartment in a busy city, you can still stock up on survival supplies and prepare for emergencies. Here are some tips and tricks for becoming the ultimate urban prepper. (h/t to ApartmentPrepper.com)
Before starting anything, make sure that you have a notebook and a pen to keep track of all your supplies. It can be easy to forget where everything is, and you can’t afford to forget where crucial items are in an emergency. (Related: Surviving urban hell: A prepper’s essential guide to finding your way in a grid-down city.)
Do not save the list on a computer or a laptop because both need electricity to work. You want something you can hold and keep by your side. Make sure to store your notebook somewhere safe and well-hidden.
Some tips on organizing your notebook include:
Some people may throw away plastic containers, plastic bottles, lunch boxes, and organizers, but that’s a waste. There are so many things you can store in them. With the proper organization, you can stockpile just about any item you need.
Check out some tips on using old containers:
Sometimes, it’s not about how much space you have; it’s how you maximize it. People have so many places to keep their supplies, but they simply don’t realize it.
Here are some areas that you can use to stock your supplies:
You can survive for weeks with no food, but only three days without water. Water is a crucial resource, and it’s not easy to store them like food.
Check the list below for some tips on storing water:
These are just some ways to prep in the city. Learn more tips and tricks on urban prepping at Preparedness.news.
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