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This week, we have 1 Prepper and 1 Non Prepper
First up is the Non Prepper, Tyler Smith and his notion that he is a prepper. Tyler is preparing for “Some sort of domestic terrorist attacks”. Out of the mouths of babies and fools, here’s Tyler! First off, why does NatGeo even think this guy is a prepper? Because is sells, that’s pretty much why I cannot stand these producers. Since they decided to put this guy on, I will make this review short and sweet.
Tyler is preparing to rape and pillage your home and family and take what he wants. He made a stupid suit of armor that I could only laugh at and said it was as good as whatcha cud by in da store. OK big fella. He watched videos so he could do a C section on his wife to deliver their baby using homemade chloroform and a plastic sheet tent in the barn. Geez, I cannot believe I wrote that down.
He has 6 months of food and plans to take what he needs from you. His 15 acre farm, which he calls the prepper location seems to have a lot to offer, but then he is going to take what he needs from you. And to top it off, he found a bunch of folks that follows his way of thinking.
The GOOD and the BAD
- Tyler may get a chance to try this idea out…..once.
- His wife seems stable
- Tyler will try this “Take what he needs” a couple of times. And then he will be killed by some prepper who will not be raped and robbed by this idiot. Oh wait, this may need to be in “The GOOD part of the review.
- Tyler is not a prepper, he is pond scum.
- People like this should not be allowed to breed
- This is why we have security at our location and you should to
- Nat Geo should give us better and stop try to shock everybody
Next up is Kevin Barber, his wife Kristy and 3 kids who are preparing for a United States Economic Collapse. So Kevin decides to relocate from the US to Costa Rica. Kevin was living in Shawnee Kansas and after watching what the US is doing, decided to move to a self reliant/self sufficient way of living. Everything goes into the conex and off it goes to Costa Rica. It appears that he had no family or friends there when moving. The area that they moved to appears to have lots of folks doing the self-reliant thing as well.
Kevin gets started right away with composting, chickens and their coop. They are home schooling the kids and they keep in touch with family and friends back home via the internet. He taught them to harvest a chicken including respecting the animals sacrifice to them. They set up a rain catchment system that feeds into 55 gallon drums to make sure they always have water.
Got some help together and started an aquaponics system with Tilapia and gardens. The system used a filter to clean water up from fish to garden and then back to the fish. Off grid power for a small pump to keep it moving. Looks like folks help each other with greater ease than sometimes in the US. His attitude is to learn their language and not expect them to speak English to the gringo.
The GOOD and the BAD
- Kevin’s style of easy going will serve him well in his endeavours
- Water harvesting is nice
- Home schooling and keeping in touch for kids
- Dedication to being self-sufficient/self-reliant
- Wife on board and active
- Garden and Aquaponics system a huge plus
- Learning the language and not staying the outsider
- Being in a foreign country will make you the outsider for many years
- Dual citizenship or ?
- Food storage seemed non existent
- Self defense firearms
- Friends and Family, this may become bigger than they think
- Leaving the country of your birth is a huge decision and may have repercussions for many years. The kids and wife may feel this more than Kevin does.
- Costa Rica is looking to reduce the right to own firearms. They are pushing for only one gun per family and it looks like they may want to ban them entirely. At least here, you have the Constitution and citizenship on your side.
- Money. Being in a foreign country means you need the means to keep everything on track. Long term planning is needed to make sure that never changes.
- I simply love what Kevin is doing. I just think he could do that here. Why not a small piece of land somewhere and do that in your own country. His attitude is right for success and I hope it works out for them.
- Aquaponics can be done simply and without spending thousands on systems. Great job Kevin.
Another week of adventure brings us two preppers, Arizona and North Carolina.
First up is Chad Hudspeth, wife Debbie and two daughters. Chad is located in Phoenix Arizona and is preparing for a Nuclear Strike on the US brought on by the US Government and the following siege. Chad feels that if the US had a direct hit by a Nuke, their would be a total lock-down of cities, Marshall law would be implemented and people would be moved to concentration camps and prisons. His feeling is that Democide would become the norm since his count is that over 260 million people have been killed by their own governments in the past century. He states that the founding fathers said that “government is evil”.
So his decision is to protect his family and provide for their needs without regards to the government. He has put up a 10X10 mobile structure and put in an aquaponics system. So he will have fish and food from the system and a byproduct of this is algae. Chad says that he produces most of the food the family eats. The algae then goes into the small biodiesel processor along with Caustic Soda and Methanol to make the diesel. Also a byproduct of the biodiesel is Glycerine that is used in soap-making.
Beyond this, he is concerned that he and his family will be taken to the camps so he wants to put in an underground escape tunnel. It ends up being and escape bookshelf in the master bedroom to a small conex which serves as a temporary bunker and then the long 24″ tunnel to the escape hatch and getaway vehicle. He is concerned about keeping this project quiet. He goes to the supply store and announces to everyone what he is doing and buys the materials, then hires a excavation company to dig trenches, bury the conex and install the piping. This also entailed large excavators brought through the property block wall from the street. The block wall removed was replaced with a fake foam wall that could be driven through during the getaway.
During the trenching, it looks like they are damaging the foundation but it appears that it did not. The conex was also just under the back yard surface so as not to put much weight on the roof of the conex. The exit looked like a pad with a trash can on it, on hinges that swing out of the way when exiting. The fake wall was a great touch, that would have fooled everyone but the neighbors.
The GOOD and the BAD”
- The aquaponics system was very nice. It looked like they were raising Talapia, great fish to do this with and the food production looked good.
- The bookshelf in the master bedroom looked great and could not tell it was a passage from the inside.
- The conex gave them a “Safe Room” .
- Making biodiesel
- I saw no evidence of a food storage program or stores area
- There appeared to be no water stored
- The aquaponics system could not supply “Most” of the families food, it’s just to small
- Most people killed by their own governments are in third world countries, which we are not
- Chad’s plan is to run away if they come for them, why would they come for them?
- How would Chad know they are coming for them?
- No real communications or defense, just run away.
- Our founding fathers warned us that government CAN become tyrannical and that’s why they gave us a republic and warned us to “Keep It”. We have certainly not done our job of being stewards of our country. We need government, but only limited government.
- The event of prison and concentration camps in this country just isn’t realistic. I guess in a fiction novel that would read well. The government just does not have enough people to round everybody up and why would they? The event is not probable, and less probable than any other you could name.
- Where are they going when they run away? They appeared to have no bug out location, no plan other than RUN.
- The rule of 3′s is basically ignored. Shelter, water and food should have topped their list, but no water or food other than the little they would get from the aquaponics system, which is not enough to sustain a family of four.
- His plan of keeping this quiet went to hell in a hand-basket when he announced it in the building materials store, by that afternoon, most of the neighborhood knew about it. And by the way, camera crews WILL give your secrets away!
- Why not “Go Gray” where they are and install things like more food production and water storage behind those block walls. Keep it on the lowdown but do things that help your family survive in place or get a bugout location and stock that. Young kids are not going to do well for long in this scenario of hiding.
- The safe room should be built out for longer stays or put in a full bunker?
- I think you have to rethink the scenario. Probability vs Possibility. This meets neither well at all.
Next up is Mike Evock, Wife, Son and Daughter. Mike is located in Laurinburg North Carolina and is preparing for a Biological/Chemical Attack causing death and the ensuing invaders on his property. Their business and he admits is a front for their prepping. The ATV park on 80 acres serves as income for the family but also is a test track and is their bug out location. Mike was special forces for 16 years so he has some experience in improvised defense. They currently have one month of food storage, mostly MRE‘s in a conex and some water in 6 gallon containers.
Since they are preparing for a Biological attack, they bought a small Bio-Dome to take shelter in if an attack occurs. Mike wants to see if his son can set up the dome in 3 minutes, challenging his son to a race to see if he can do 25 laps on the ATV track before it’s set up. He looses this bet as the dome is set up in time and they do some tests to see how it works. Now on to phase 2, which is when the bad guys show up at his place. He has a friend drive in and capture their flag in a large truck. The ATV’s Mike uses along with his friends cannot stop the truck and they lose round one. So Mike decides to build an ATV called “The Interceptor” by adding armor and a gun on it.
He and his son, along with track employees, all on ATV’s plan on using some strategy and maneuvering to work at stopping the trucks in round 2. They also make what they call “Caltrops” to drop on the ground and are designed to take out tires quickly. So the “Interceptor” carries the AR with 2,000 rds of ammo along with the armor plating. So in round 2, they end up corralling the trucks, deflating tires and save the flag.
The GOOD and the BAD
- I like combining the business front with their prepping, it’s good cover and they have an income.
- They have some food and water.
- Guns and ammo are in supply
- Mike’s background in SF will help with operations and security
- Love, Love, Love the tire de-flators
- One month of food will not do
- A few water containers will not get them through a week
- Communications seemed lacking
- Passive perimeter security is missing
- No garden to add to food stores
- Trucks are no match for ATV’s
This seemed more about rampant adolescent than prepping.
- The idea that an ATV can outdo a full size truck is ridiculous. The truck will run over the ATV causing great bodily injury to the rider. The ATV should be seen during combat should be seen as a transport to a secure position and nothing more. It’s not an armored personnel carrier.It can carry materials and wounded but it’s not a fighting vehicle.
- So lets look a just the straight up preps. Food and water is miserable and would not last them a week.
- What about all those employees that you have trained to defend the fort? Are you housing and feeding them?
- Perimeter security is a mess, passive means such as Dakota devices with ATV’s moving defenders into positions, now that’s a fast response team with Intel!
- Rather than figuring out how to win at capture the flag, lets start back with the basic 3′s for survival. Water, shelter and food, they have one out of three. I think Mike needs to step back and start over looking at the basics first.
- Water, Food, Shelter, Power Production, Security, Defense and Medical. Look at all the systems you can build or put in place that help these items become stores for months of stress reduced living.
- Do NOT prepare for one thing, you will be caught short or without your shorts!
- Done right, prepping stops survival and basically, survival sucks!
Well we put another season away, to think about next year and future plans
Gear is almost put away and the Elk is at the butcher with my instructions. It takes more time to plan, load gear, drive and reverse the sequence every year and sometimes it works out, and sometimes it does not. That’s why they call it hunting!
This year was strange in CO. This year we hunted as we have for the past several, 4th Rifle in western CO. We hunt public land as we always do, rent horses from the same guys and Cowboy Up. It’s a time when we recall old skills and kindle new ones. You used to turn a strap this way, but wait a minute, it works better that way….you must continue to learn. But so many skills are used when you hunt, it just keeps your knowledge fresh. From knots to saddling to tracks and fire-making and many more.
Over the years in the area we hunt, we have started doing 4th rifle only. We did 3rd but that was a zoo. 3rd rifle is when they normally get the first of the weather for the fall and that my friend is the most important part of this hunt. Weather, weather and weather! Elk move due to weather and nothing else. When they need to move to feed or fill that age old drive to get to the winter grounds, nothing will stop them. And guess what we had, very little weather. When we arrived, no snow on the ground. In past years we had to dig out the area where we camped, had lots of snow to put in coolers after the tags are filled, not this year.
It was not until Thursday that we did get a snow storm. On top of the mountain where we ride to, the shemagh was pulled up tight against the wind and driving ice. It was cold but if you are a skilled dresser, you are good to go. Snow piled up about a foot in places. When the storm broke, it warmed up into the high 50′s. I forgot my shorts and tank top. It was so good, we grabbed the fly rods and fished the White River and local ponds instead of chasing elk, which to date had not moved. We got one additional storm on Friday night and Saturday, but by Sunday was melting fast.
I was able to be in position to get a shot to fill my Cow tag on opening day. She was obviously pushed by other hunters and at 275yds on a slight trot, quartering away, she went down. It was quick and done, just the way I like it. No suffering for the animal, we as hunters have that responsibility. If you shoot, make sure you did not wound and always track down a wounded animal. But if you set the shelf right, practice, practice and only taking that shot that “you can make”, we do the job quickly and effectively. Any butcher who dispatches animals wants it quick and clean for both parties and we should do the same. My partner was not so fortunate in filling his tag, it’s usually the other way round. So of course we share the elk with each other, it’s the right thing to do.
I get so frickin angry at what I see and hear from other hunters. One guy from another state was bragging he was set up for that 1000 yard shot, I almost fell over. The only reason for taking a shot like that is that that you are starving to death, literally and you have no other option. Frankly that’s not hunting. When we look through our “Binoculars” (not rifle scopes), we should be looking at employing more skill sets. Can I stalk closer? Can I figure out where that animal is going and intercept? Should I just let this one go and plan to get back in this area at first light?
So many things you could do and should do, but most hunters don’t even think about this. It’s hunting, it’s a skill to get close. It’s one reason I like bow hunting (another skill), you must get close. So the gear get put back into containers until next time, which I swear needs to be sooner.
Much discussion was had about returning to Colorado. We almost went some where else due to the states denial of our second amendment rights there. We need to help them throw these bums out of office as we already have to two of them. More heads need to roll. The state also change the tags where we hunt from either sex to either a bull or cow. This I think was done to increase tag sales, not to the hunters advantage. I also found that the normally friendly CO residents were not so this season. Not even a wave or head nod to you, just complete denial to contempt at your “taking their elk”. Well to those who smiled, thanks. To those that wanted to be that turd in the neighborhood, screw you! We are looking at Montana next year, just 1.5 hours more driving. What’s that when you been on the road for over 12?
Well here’s to next season chasing them again! Check out the rest of the pictures on the “Photo” page!
We need to change the area between the swales to hold soil, push out thistle and establish a pasture area.
This area is just covered in thistle, mainly because it’s the only thing that will grow there and is prevalent now. We are not sure what we want this area to be in the future, but for now we want to get a dry pasture grass established and start reclaiming this area. So we went with a seed mix of 4 Wheat-grasses. All of which do well in dry climates with little water. We already have some established on the other end of the swale area and now will expand it to everywhere we can.
So here is some video on what we did, this gives us a starting point and we will review what happens in the spring.
I would like to honor and remember all those who have served our great country!
Veterans day is the one day that we can rejoice and thank those that took up the call to serve our great country.
On this holiday, take a minute to thank a vet or buy his meal. Most don’t want to be singled out and will avert their eyes if you call em a hero… they just do the job, the job they love. To those who enlisted to serve our great republic in uniform, to hold the ideals of this nation up to the world as a beacon of light.
To all of my family members, closest to me is my son who currently serves and has 3 tours in a battlefront, I could not be prouder to be an American or father. Most of these “HEROES” want no recognition other than a nod or thank you. They don’t see themselves as doing anything special, but you are.
I could go on for hours but will end here with a “Thank You” for holding the pointy end of the spear so that I can sleep well tonight! THANKS!
It’s that time of year to shut down and drain the irrigation to the swales!
One morning we awoke to find lots of frost and yep, ice. Checked the main lines at the swale and they have partially frozen, time to drain and secure for the year. Wood chips are here so after hunting Colorado, we chop, drop, seed and cover the swales, video of that to come. But for the moment, lets get the irrigation secured and fix a couple of things overlooked when I built it.
Well the new season starts now and they have two Preppers and a new format!
First on the format, I don’t like it at all. Maybe they are trying to get creative on a low budget, anyway it does not work. Do one prepper and then move to the next. It’s not like they were comparing the two side by side at all, no idea why but it’s harder to follow one prepper at a time. It also appears the same lack of research is evident to make Possibilities, Probabilities. Normal everyday questions don’t get asked or addressed at all, making me wonder just how wacky they want these folks to look. Is Weird the new Normal?
First up is Rodney Dial, his wife Lisa and spoiled daughter Megan. Rodney is preparing for a massive earthquake that results in a mega wave from a Super Tsunami. The largest one to hit Alaska was 1,700 ft tall. Rodney is located in Ketchikan Alaska and live on the coast, his house elevation is 45 Above Mean Sea Level. Sounds like a southern California beach house. Rodney s background is former military with 20 years of security work. He also is a certified diver and owns the Alaska standard aluminum river boat. His thoughts are that the Tsunami wave would damage or destroy homes and businesses along the coast and only those who know how to survive would make it.
He also feels that along with the devastation, riots and violence would ensue as resources dried up and people start to forage for food and supplies. So he has 6 months of stored food and a rain catchment water system that stores 5,000 gallons of drinking water. His thoughts on additional food supplies seems to come from Sea Cucumbers he harvests from the bay. He also plans to add caches of supplies in steel cylinders that are welded shut at both ends. He wants them to weigh 150 lbs so they sink to the bottom. His plan is to put many of these in the bay. Take photos of the shoreline to help them find them after the Tsunami. He fitted up a portable air pump with a car battery and hose to give him a few minutes of air for retrieval of the caches.
Along with the zombie hoards he forecasts, he wanted additional protection from them. So he spend $100k for a 6 wheel vehicle that is up armored, had gun ports and one main gun on top in a turret. The vehicle was a troop carrier and used by the British Army until it finally ended up in his hands. He does drills with it at the local rifle range called “Rolling Thunder” with the family. Speaking of family, the daughter wants nothing to do with this. She prefers a cell phone, snack and a lap dog, wow.
The GOOD and the BAD:
- Water storage at 5,000 gallons is excellent
- 6 months food is a good start
- Security and firearms is excellent
- Certified Diver and Boat on the coast is a great resource
- An Alaska small town/community is priceless
- Wife is onboard
- Most of the preps are at the house they live in. It’s 45′ ASL. Most large waves will take out the house so this is not a good storage facility.
- The sea is not the best storage facility either given the incoming wave may not hurt the caches, but the draw down out to sea when the wave withdraws WILL. It will move the caches and most likely never be found. Not to mention that photos now, will not look the same after the wave hits. The photos may be of no use.
- Most of the food is MRE’s, not good for a daily diet of any time frame.
- Armored vehicle is not needed, you live in a town of 8,000 folks
- Food storage is finite, you need a plan to grow more
- Given the event being prepared for, you can assume that disruption is local, to the coast only. Other areas of Alaska would be fine and the state would send support in within hours or days of the wave hitting. So survival time is not measured in months.
- Having your main house at 45′ ASL, makes it a place to be from in the event of a wave. A bug out location, piece of land with a one room cabin would suffice for short term and longer if you add some preps to the property. Put your food and water storage there.
- Sea Cucumbers are horrible things to eat. I ate all kinds of things in Sea Survival and it’s not a steady diet. There must be more to harvest from the sea than those, find others. It’s a great source just not Sea Cucumbers.
- Get more food stored and since it is finite, grow your own. This is a great skill that you can parlay into barter or income.
- Get the community involved with your concerns. When the SHTF, if your prepared, your entire community can be self sufficient. Make it so!
- Loose the armored vehicle. Those items only divide you from the community and lessen the talk about that crazy guy with the assault vehicle. The lone wolf does not survive without the pack.
- Take your daughters toy dog and snack. Put her in some overalls and get her gardening! Give that kid something to do but shuck Sea Cucumbers and shoot from the turret. Build a partner and a daughter at the same time!
- You live in a town of just over 8,000 people. You are so isolated that the closest city of more than 50k population is Bellingham Washington and it’s over 600 miles away. You have few roads to get to the town, most access is by sea. So where do all of Hordes from Hell come from? What are all the looters home towns? There is going to be NONE of this where you are. You have prepared for a local event and put regional, possibly national consequences to it.
Next up is Curt, wife Randy and two kids. Curt is in Central Oregon on 80 acres he bought and built as the Bug Out Place. And he built one heck of a house from the show video, very nice. So they moved from town out to the boonies I guess, not sure how far town is away but I guess he still has a business to run. He is preparing for a Total Economic Collapse followed by rioting, and the loss of the Rule Of Law. The house if very large with living quarters upstairs, garages with high bays to work on things and more garage space for 30 total vehicles. The entrance and house are on closed circuit video linked to his cell phone. He can see most everything and it’s all linked to his computer as well.
He has built a 2 million gallon pond for water resources and install 2,400 watts of solar power. Also being built is a 3,000 sq ft greenhouse to provide food for the family. He has also stored food, over 20k rounds of ammo and collection of firearms. He mentions that it’s going to take all hands on deck if they get overrun, so the kids are taught to shoot. So he thinks his one weakness is if they get overrun, they don’t have the “Perfect Bug-Out Vehicle”. So he buys a Chevy Suburban and gets his like minded friends to help him convert it to just that vehicle. So they weld on some small tubing to make a “roll cage” and then start to weld plate steel over all of the windows, side panels and windshield. They make a cattle guard steel front to the suburban to be able to ram things. The weight increase they called at over 4,000 lbs. They finally get it done and start a fire, at night with pallets and then ram the truck through it. Celebrations and high fives for the job!
The GOOD and the BAD:
- 2 million gallons of water to draw from. Superstar!
- Food storage looked good, not sure how much, they never said.
- Greenhouse, just awesome
- House with living upstairs with one entry.
- Good video security
- Defensive firearms and ammo
- Solar Power
- Family involvement
- Water Filtration System. Not sure how the stored water, exposed to the elements should be at least filtered
- Greenhouse not completed and crops growing
- No evacuation strategy or planning
- Second covert way out of house from second floor in case primary comromised
- Community involvement
- Bug Out Vehicle. Bug out to where? Also, if you add 4,000 lbs to the vehicle and don’t beef up suspension, drive train and steering, it will not handle well at all.
- Garden hoses for a wildfire coming at your home? Really?
- No emergency radio that warns of major events. Would have heard the warning or news
- Ham Radio or other means of contacting people outside your area or getting official news
- So much going for this guy, the house, greenhouse, water, food but missed the idea of event possibilities vs probabilities. In the world, when you are prepping for one thing, people often forget the probable events that do happen.
- Kids shooting. I taught mine to shoot just as early at Curt, may earlier but I could not and would not count on them to make a decision to shoot another person. Even to shoot at another person to most adults is hard to fathom let alone do. Kids are not a good part of the killing scheme.
- One wildfire took all their plans offline and created nothing but panic. When he saw the fire, he overreacted running up the stairs screaming Fire, Fire. No plan of action, bug out bags upstairs in closets, wrong! THIS is what we should plan for first, not TEOTWAWKI. What is possible vs what is probable. A wildfire in his location or where we live in the high desert of Nevada, it’s the same thing. We had the same thing happen but we pulled out the checklist and started through it. We were ready to evac within 20 min, animals included. You simply cannot forget the now and here enough.
- Bug out vehicle. What for? Where are you going and with what? Everybody wants to “Bug Out” but what’s your COMPLETE plan? Run to the forest with your AR, Boots and Pack? No way brother, you gonna die. You have to have a complete plan, not just drive away. If he leaves, he loses all he has. Maybe you should think about a second location you could move to. The evac for the fire would have been the truck and RV, not the Chevy Suburban.
Steve with our Northern Nevada Prepper Group has some great tips for realistic first aid kits.
One of the training sessions at the Fall Camp we just had was Steve’s talk on some real ideas on First Aid Kits. Do you really need one? What do you need and how can you use simple things to do it inexpensively. He has some great info, so pay attention!
Another GREAT production by Crap Geo, the guys who bring you fear and utter nonsense!
Well I had high hopes for this two hour romp through the deep recesses of fear in each of us. I think they did a great job of showing just what they sell, FEAR, oh and products to make you feel better. AND THEY ASKED AT EVERY INTERMISSION IF YOU WERE AFRAID YET!!! As usual, they suck any benefit you could get out of the film. People buy things to make themselves feel better, more in control. Now they have many advertisers that have good products but when it’s done like this, what does that say for an industry. It’s kind of like Vegas. If you show folks winning a butt load of cash, you want to just in the car or on a plane and getcha some of that!
So we start with a very real potential issue: Cyber attack on the electrical grid. I put this in my threat matrix as a potential, not probable attack. There are far more things that attackers would use first. So we find that someone hacked into our system and started some sort of cascade that takes out the west, east and Texas grids. Yes Texas has it’s own electrical grid. The film spends time with several people or groups of people and walks you through what could happen. Common sense in all of these goes out the window pretty quick and remains at bay with moments of showing revival. We spend far to much time in the elevator scene that needs be, we get it. Wow, roads become clogged, no way! Every cliche that they could use from every disaster movie the producers had seen, they used.
I wonder, did Obama do a cameo or did they take something out of context for the film? So the big black out last 10 days and it, and the US Government saves everyone’s butts, right. I think this film, did more to insult the intelligence of many folks out there and showed nobody doing what neighbors and people would do and act. It showed mostly stupid people, going to stupid places where stupid things were happening. Why would that kid ever open a body bag? Why would he stay out when he is afraid of what happeinging around him? Nothing in this film really made sense. But that’s what Crap Geo does, it does not sell quality information to help people. If you make them afraid, they will buy stuff to make themselves feel good, it’s actually quite a smart retail campaign.
At least some folks had a happy ending, once the government helped them. So the lesson learned was to be afraid, do stupid shit and wait for the government to come to help. Not this boy or anyone I can help be a little more prepared. Do things that make your life better now and if things go sideways from time to time, that will help you sleep better at night!