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Gear is certainly helpful when it comes to preparedness. Gear is great, I love gear!
I also love skills, though. I always feel way more empowered when I learn a skill that I didn’t have before.
When I first learned how to use a flint and steel, I was ecstatic! I had a chip on my shoulder, even. Flint and steel is pretty intimidating. It’s hitting steel against rock to create sparks in order to light tinder to get a fire going. In the old days, they’d crack rock against rock which is about the same process, though steel creates a tad more sparks.
My point is, the more skills I learn, the more empowered I feel about my overall preparedness and survivability.
Oh and trust me, the more skills you learn, the more addicted to learning you’ll become. Gaining knowledge is the start, then actually physically putting that knowledge to the test is where it’s really at.
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Morgan lives in Texas with her husband, daughters and 2 dogs. She spends most of her time getting outdoors with her daughters, prepping for emergencies and disasters and teaching others how to be prepared. She also enjoys archery, hunting, fishing, firearms, hiking, camping, HAM, Jeeps and generally getting out and exploring life through epic adventures! View all posts by Morgan Rogue