Prepper Strong

The survivalist movement has gotten a bad rap. Being a survivalist or prepper isn’t a bad thing. It’s simply about preparing for the future. 

We hope for the best but prepare for the worst. It’s really that simple.

Prepper Strong

Scientific evidence has shown us that it isn’t a matter of IF something bad could happen, but WHEN.

And that is what Prepper Strong is all about, helping you prepare for the future so that you and your family will have a tomorrow.

A man recently posted a picture of Facebook, joking about his wife over shopping. But in reality what she’s doing in prepping for her family’s future. She’s stockpiling items she knows her family will use when she finds them on sale. Toilet paper isn’t going to go bad, so when she finds it on sale she buys a lot of it. Why is that a bad thing? What if there was a hurricane or major flood and they can’t go to the store?

Are you prepared for the future?

Hope for the best but prepare for the worst -- that is what Prepper Strong is about!

Are you Prepper Strong?

What do you need to learn about prepparing for the future to keep your family safe?

You’ve probably never noticed it before, but your bottled water has an expiration date. But what does that mean, exactly?
When it comes to prepping, you have to be reasonable and go with what works best in your region. I love Mangoes but realistically they just don’t do well where I’m from.
If in the future you find yourself in the worst of situations where there are no longer stores to buy things you need, or even factories to produce items, what will you do for simple things like deodorant?

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What is a pandemic kit?

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