Preppers Survive Book

Over the years, I’ve had many requests to create a book about a simple guide to being prepared. Readers wanted a preparedness formula they could share with their friends and family.  They also wanted a way to see how they measured up as a prepper.  Prepper Supplies Checklist is designed to meet that request.  It’s a quick 20-minute read workbook, but if you’ve got the prepper mentally, you may find yourself taking inventory of all the supplies in your home (in which case it is a little more of a time investment).  Don’t judge a book by its length.  This book is loaded with resources and information that will have you looking at your supplies in a new light and spark life into your preparedness efforts. Preppers Supplies Checklist will lay out a simple “how to” method for prepping.

Preppers Survive Book

Prepper Supplies Checklist

            

Paperback Edition: 38 Pages

Amazon $9.98

 

Do you have a way to measure the prepping milestones you’ve hit?  Are you looking for a list of survival gear that can help you determine the right preparedness supplies for you and your family?  Have you ever felt anxious or overwhelmed on your prepper journey?  You are not alone.  Prepper Supplies Checklist is a workbook designed to help the user develop an emergency preparedness plan.  It is presented in an easy to read format that includes stories, photos, illustrations, helpful tips, and some great survival gear ideas!  Each section can help you evaluate the supplies you currently have available, the location of supplies, provide ideas on items you may potentially lack, and checklists to measure progress toward your preparedness goals.

Within this book, you will find:   

  • an easy to follow preparedness plan
  • lists of survival supplies
  • photos, illustrations, and short stories
  • formulas for calculating supply needs
  • a prioritized list of emergency preparedness categories
  • simple strategies for setting preparedness goals
  • checklists for each prepper category
  • bug out bag and power outage kit ideas
  • an easy system for tracking progress

Preppers Survive Book - Table of Contents

 

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Prepper Supplies Checklist Book - Book Release

 

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Welcome to my site! My name is Nettie and I started this blog to provide simple tools to help Preppers.  I am a Girl Scout Prepper. “Be prepared! A Girl Scout is ready to help out wherever she is needed. Willingness to serve is not enough; you must know how to do the job well, even in an emergency" (the motto, in the 1947 Girl Scout Handbook). Being a Prepper has been a blessing to me, my family, and friends on more then one occasion. You'll find these stories throughout this blog.  You will also find prepper supplies checklists, prepper events, cheap food storage ideas, emergency heat sources, survival books recommendations, reviews on power outage lights, printable prepper pdfs, and articles on emergency disaster preparedness.  Click here to read more

3 Comments on Preppers Survive Book

  1. You are doing a super job of getting us to look at prepping in different ways! I have list after list of prepping stuff, but still am not very organized and it looks like this book will help! Thank you! I just purchased it for myself as a Mother’s Day gift!!

  2. Looking forward to receiving my book! Thank you. I have relatives who think ‘preppers’ are a bunch of tin-foil-hat-wearing lunatics, who think the world is about to be taken over by little green aliens, or zombies and werewolves, or whatever, yet your self-identification as a Girl Scout “Be Prepared” Prepper is really where it all began. To be a ‘Prepper’ is simply to be reasonably prepared to get through a variety of reasonably possible scenarios, as unscathed as possible. I’m not sure where the tinfoil hat comes into play!

    Lee A.

  3. Hi, I’m so happy to have won your book. I have been into prepping for a long time and if theirs one thing that I have learned it is that you can’t have too much information. The more people thinking about prepping the Better. After reading your book I will give it to my unprepared family members. You know how difficult it is to get people involved in this. I think that you are doing good work. Keep it up. Joe.

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