Urban survival is more then just prepping individually. To assume that we can survive any catastrophe alone is the epitome of foolhardy human nature. Regardless what hollywood or any of the hundreds of authors say, one person alone cannot survive. Even one family cannot survive alone, not for long at least. It is essential that people connect with their neighbors, friends and more, especially in an urban environment.
Currently, I live in an urban setting. While I would personally love to have a few acres miles away from the nearest individual this is not to be at this time. To make it work in an urban environment I have adjusted my approach. I will be relating many of the adjustments we have made as a family and I have made to our preparedness approach over the next few months. It is of course necessary to be a bit vague at times, however, I will do my best to share what I have learned and what I am doing to ensure my families safety and well-being.
Over the next few months I will show you how someone living in an urban environment can in fact prepare quite well. Given the various changes that may occur with testing and the valuable feedback I get from my friends and readers you may see changes in my approach and on occasion I may introduce concepts that are not normally addressed. For everyone reading, thank you as always. Until next time, have a great day!
Free the mind and the body will follow