Disaster can strike at any moment. Luckily, Patty Hahne's Doomsday Prepping Crash Course can show you how to prepare your home for any emergency—including the end of the world. This simple, easy-to-follow guide will provide you with tips and tricks for all aspects of the prepping process. The Doomsday Prepping Crash Course stresses that prepping for disaster is just that—a process. The most important step in prepping is having a good plan in place and getting your priorities straight from the beginning. It includes tips on how to make small changes to your daily habits and implement specialized plans for unique disasters. Understanding that what's in your wallet is always a concern (even when contemplating Doomsday), Hahne provides advice on how to make your home safe even when you are on a tight budget.
Doomsday Prepping Crash Course is perfect for anyone worried about catastrophes. It provides tips on everything from stocking up on medication to purifying your water and ensuring that your animals and pets survive the event. Also included is a guide to building the ideal bug out bag—a 72-hour survival kit that will help you remain comfortable if you cannot spend Doomsday at home. Hahne makes it clear that whatever disaster occurs, the people who plan and prepare will be best equipped to weather the storm.
Patty Hahne writes for the blog PreppersIllustrated.com. Nine years ago, she decided she had endured her fill of city life. She packed her family into a van, moved them into a cabin in southern Oregon, and embraced alternative energy. She has been completely off the grid, with no electricity or running water, ever since. The author of:The Pocket Guide to Prepper Knots and The Pocket Guide to Prepping Supplies, she lives in Klamath Falls, Oregon.