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Preppers get a bad rap because of how they are typically portrayed in mainstream media. When people think of “preppers,” chances are they think of extremely paranoid, gun-wielding maniacs with too much time and money on their hands.

But that image alone already consists of three myths, just some of the many that people believe about preppers. Ridiculous as they may seem, those myths are damaging to what prepping really means and how it can actually save lives when disaster strikes.

The term “prepping” comes from the word “preparedness.” This is why prepping emphasizes building pantries, stocking up on potable water and preparing evacuation plans even if there is no real emergency – yet. Even the best scientists can’t predict when disasters will strike. Preppers know that full well, which is why they prep.


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