What if the lights go out? Are you prepared? Do you have a plan?

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Dr. Prepper

Dr. Prepper has been serving South Florida for the past 3 years. Helping friends, family, and most importantly, un-prepared neighbors prepare for whatever it is that may cause disruptions in everyday life. Whether it is economic collapse, civil unrest, destruction of the dollar, empty grocery stores, natural disasters, electro-magnetic pulse, inflation/deflation, nuclear plant radiation, or the lights just went out.

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we are way overdue. Except this time, because of the nature of the world being a global economy, the failure of the currency will make the great depression look like a walk in the park. Are you prepared for that? And I am not talking about owning gold.

Helping you sleep better at night knowing that you and your precious family are prepared for an extended period of time is my ultimate goal. The peace of mind that comes with knowing that no matter what the extreme circumstance may be, that you can comfortably shut your doors and be self-reliant in a time of crisis. Un-prepared neighbors are by far the most serious, immediate threat to you and your loved ones, so being able to be one, two, or even three steps ahead will ensure that you and your family have a great chance at surviving the trying times ahead.

 
 

Important Reading

Emergency Preparedness Checklist

Here are three of the most productive sites on the net that I strongly recommend:

 
 

Top 5 tips from Dr. Prepper:

  1. Find a permanent water source. This is the number 1 item that is needed in the event of an emergency. Having a very inexpensive water filtration system is a must have for your water source. In South Florida we are blessed to have miles and miles of fresh water, but 99% is not drinkable. A small portable bottle system is great for transporting if you need to leave your house for any reason.
  2. If you like a certain brand of food, than buy that. Don’t buy other cheaper brands that you will or may not like in the event of an emergency. If you have 5 people in your house and only 1 like’s tuna, don’t buy tuna because it’s cheap and has a long shelf life. Next to water, protein is the other most important source to keep your body feeling full and healthy when the lights go out. Beans and soups high in protein are your best bets.
  3. Make an emergency list and have a hard line phone. In the event you think the power is out, or civil unrest has broken out and you can’t leave your home, call everyone on your list and let them know what’s going on. Letting them know will assist them if things get real bad and they can relay that to the cops or authorities to help you and your family faster.
  4. Keep you and your family busy. Games, trivia, etc. will help make the time go by faster and keep your little ones, and yourself, calm. Panicking or over reacting to a bad situation only raises your stress level and you will not think as clearly as you need during an extreme situation.
  5. Share this information with anyone and everyone that will listen, especially your neighbors. Being prepared for yourself is one thing, but spreading the word to your friends, family, and neighbors is the key to long term sustainability. It is hard to speak to people about it, but it is also extremely necessary.
 

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