Why I’m A Minimalist

Minimalist Prepping

Why I’m A Minimalist prepper and how this theory helps to simplify your list and needs

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After 40 years of doom and gloom, I have managed to narrow down the do's and dont's of being prepared.  Do be ready for anything and don't get caught with your pants down. That may sound simple, but it is like saying that the number one rule of Survival is, don't die. To be ready for anything is simple, plan and think ahead.

So how do we Plan ahead?  Start by Listening to these Audios.

  • Listen to "The Survival Mindset" Here...
  • Listen to "Everyday Carry" Here... 
  • Listen to "A Wise Bug Out Plan" Here...

Now you may think I'm painting with a broad brush or trying to toot my own horn, but these files represent my basic beliefs.  

It starts with a Mindset to stay upbeat in any bad situation, survival or just a rainy day.  We all know someone that is always negative and down, even in good times.  So if things go south, that type personality may just lay down and give up because their out of water or low on food, rather than go out and find more.  You must obtain a Survival Mindset.

Having the right things on your person, your Every Day Carry, will help you to not get caught with your pants down.  These things are your tools to help you in any SHTF scenarios that Murphy's Law may drop along your lifes journey.  You want to be that person that says, "I got this", not: I don't have a knife, a light, can you help me?".

Having a Simple Bug Out Plan  is key to you and your families survival, no different than a fire escape plan.  It really is simple, keep an eye on things that affect your life and an ear to the wall.  Have a quick evac plan, think of it like a plan to go camping for a long weekend.  Gather your important stuff and make a list, then just be ready.

This Audio is how all the above comes together, and why I became a minimalist.  Prepping should be easy, and less scary than made out to be.

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Mark Boyle

Every decision we make should err on the side of adaptability whether at work or at home, join a gym or take up hiking? The food we eat, should we grow it or hunt it? The decision-making paradigm we have chosen in life will determine the outcome of the crap-fest that may come our way, a job loss, medical problems, power outage from a storm, or even a zombie apocalypse. Therefore, every goal we set, skill we acquire, and piece of gear we purchase should be thought out, and truly fit our need to Survive.

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