No one who decides to begin prepping thinks it’ll be a simple feat. Prepping isn’t something you do because it’s a quick and easy win. If it was, I’d argue that a lot a lot of individuals would be doing it.
Prepping is hard. I’ve said it time and time again, and I’m not anywhere done saying it yet. There are so many excuses a person can come up with for not taking reparedness seriously – numerous “reasons” not to prep. But once the chips are down, you’ll chalk all those reasons down to one simple umbrella statement: prepping is hard.
Why Prepping Is Hard
Why it’s so hard to be serious regarding preparedness is up for debate, but in my opinion, two simple factors make it as hard as it is:
- Prepping encompasses a lot of different topics (outdoor skills, first aid, personal finance, self-sufficiency, etc.), and
- We’re limited. Limited by a lack of time time, energy, funds, ability to concentrate, and a slew of other things.
While, for me, it’s simple to pinpoint why prepping is so hard, it’s another story taking this data of the difficult aspects of prepping to show them on their head and try to make prepping easier.
See it’s not like acknowledging that prepping encompasses a heck of lots of different topics helps us to be ready to gain experience or information in those different …