September 14, 2017
Preparedness carries an unfair stigma associated with doomsday preppers and fallout shelters. The cold hard truth is that even the most basic preparedness plan can ultimately save not only the lives of your family members, but the lives of other people. You don't need a bug out vehicle or a bunker filled with non-perishables to be ready for a crisis. Often, preparedness just comes down to your ability to live comfortably if your power goes out for more than a day. We have consulted preparedness experts and have broken down the levels of preparedness into four categories.