Last year I wrote about falling off the prepping wagon in a big way. You can read my story here.
As you may know, I’m affiliated with Preppers University, a new online “university” that offers courses to give preppers at any level motivation and in-depth training to get their homes, their families, and themselves ready for everyday emergencies and worst case scenarios.
Now, Preppers University has a free 2017 Prepper Planner for anyone who just asks for it! The planner is filled with hundreds of small but meaningful steps that will go a long way towards helping you finally get prepped. If you follow all the hundreds of suggested activities, by the end of the year, you’ll have $300 in emergency savings, have downloaded a dozen free ebooks, and will have completed almost 800 prepping activities!
That’s progress by anyone’s measure!
You can get your own 2017 Prepper Planner at this link. I recommend reading the first articles and then going through the calendar online and downloading all the free ebooks. Store them in somewhere on your computer where you won’t forget where they are. Then, print out the 3 checklists and calendar pages.
It may be helpful to post each calendar page on the refrigerator or somewhere you’ll be sure to see it each day. The small tasks aren’t difficult, some can be done in just a few minutes, while others will take a few days to finish. Check off each task that you do, so you can pat yourself on the back for all your progress!
You may be like a lot of people and need more than a planner. Maybe you’ve made your best progress toward weight loss and fitness goals when you were part of a group, like Weight Watchers, or had a personal trainer or attended regular exercise classes. Most people make their best progress towards a goal when there’s some accountability. Preppers University classes begin on Sunday, September 3, and may be just what you need to finally, FINALLY!, get ready for emergencies of all kinds.
I’ll be teaching some of the classes and would love to have you join me! In the meantime, enjoy this planner and make preparedness a 2017 New Year’s Resolution!
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