Prepper Lists Resources

Probably the most important part of Prepping is creating “Preppers List”. This is not as easy as it seems because you must give great thought to what kinds of events you need to plan for, and for how long. For instance, natural disasters happen every year; a Prepper residing in California would do well to prepare for an earthquake, for perhaps a week of disruption, while a resident of Louisiana might plan for a hurricane.

is to create a simple kit for you car that contains items that would be helpful for the type of short term emergencies/constituencies that might occur in your area. For example, I live in California, and all of my cars have Earthquake Kits that will come in handy if I am marooned, and unable to get home after an earthquake. I have relatives who live in areas that can have severe snow storms, and they have kits that will help them survive if they are stranded in a snow storm. Given a little thought, most folks can create a good survival kit for the car.

What I suggest to folks who are just begging to prepare, is to create a a “Bugout Bag”, or a “72 Hour Kit”. Basically, these would be survival kits that would help you endure a disaster, or event, for about three days, if you needed to evacuate your area, or are otherwise stranded. To be useful, they really need to be in your vehicle at all times. For many years I had an earthquake kit in my car that was small, and contained a minimum number of items like shoes/socks, coat, gloves, water, food, face dust mask, first aid kit, etc. That kit became the basis for my Bugout Bags, which I routinely keep in my car.

Generally, it is called a Bugout Bag because it is usually a large backpack that can be carried if need been.

WHERE TO START ?

1) Decide what natural disaster are likely to occur in your region; hurricane, tornadoes, earthquakes, etc.

2) Create a Preppers List for a Bugout Bag of items that you will need if you had to evacuate your area for a three day (72 hours), period. This is basically to cope with short term emergencies, and disasters.

3) For longer term emergencies that could last for weeks, you need to decide on a greater Prepping strategy. For instance, a huge earthquake could disrupt food, and water supplies, etc, for weeks, so, essentially “sheltering in place” (i.e., stay in my own home, and use my prepping equipment, and supplies to weather the disruptions.) would be the most practical solution.

On the other hand, suppose there was a financial collapse that led to a general collapse in civility when food and water supplies ran out. In that case, cities and suburbs, alike might become very dangerous because desperate folks commit desperate acts. So it would be wise to have a bugout location as safe haven. It might be a vacation cabin in the mountains, or friends farm, or any number of possibilities.

So, you need to create a Preppers List for “Sheltering in Place”, and then have a plan if you need to bugout. Keep in mind, that your “Sheltering in Place” cache can also be portable, and can become our Bugout Shelter supplies.

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It is not easy to create a Prepper List. Some of the websites below contain nicely organized lists, that are very printable. I suggest that you print one that you like, and use it as the basis for creating your own, personalized Prepper List.

You will find that once you start creating a list, that it will take on a life of it’s own. Try not to go crazy; and do not attempt to make it perfect, because you will find that it is an ever changing, and evolving list; it will never be complete. When you contemplate adding an item to you list, try to have multiple reasons/uses for the item, and, if another item will work, then try nor to add the item.

Once you feel somewhat satisfied with your list, your next task is to actually start accumulating the items on the list. As you add items to your list.

Keep in mind that you need more than one type of list. To keep it simple, I suggest a separate list of:

1) Food items.
2) First aid kit.
3) Everything else, including clothing, gear, equipment, etc, etc.
4) Bug-out-Bag (or 72 Hour Kit). This kit will necessarily have some duplicate items included in item #3.

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01) Prepper TO DO List 100 ideas to spend your Prepping time

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03) Check Your Preps Against These Must-Have Lists

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04) Preppers List : 10 Things To Do Now!

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05) Prepping 101 – Preppers List of Supplies

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06) Prepper Lists-Planning-Etc

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07) Preppers Checklist

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08) A Very Comprehensive List Of Needed Prepper Supplies (In Check List Format)

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09) First Time Shopping List For An Emergency Food Supply

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10) 10 Rookie Food Storage Mistakes

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11) Checklist For Survival (Prepper’s Checklist)

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12) 10 Tips for the Overwhelmed Beginner Prepper

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14) Beginner Preppers Shopping List for 30 Days of Food

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15) Bug Out Bag Checklist

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16) 72 Hour/Bug Out Kit

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17) Bug Out Bag Checklist

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18) Bug Out Bag Checklist

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20) Bug Out Bag List

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22) Prepper First Aid Kits
ANSI First aid kits, Dental Medic kit, pandemic kits and more

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23) First Aid for Preparedness
This Entire Page is a Detailed First Aid Class !

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24) First Aid Supplies And Money Saving Tips For Preppers

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25) Stocking a SHTF Medical Kits

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26) First Aid box contents list. – Acute Medical Trainings

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27) Family Emergency Kit Checklist – Centers for Disease Contrs

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28) Household Emegency Kit

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