Non Fiction Book Review: Prepping 101

Prepping 101 by Kathy Harrison

Prepping 101: 40 Steps You Can Take to Be Prepared: Protect Your Family, Prepare for Weather Disasters, and Be Ready and Resilient when Emergencies Arise
by Kathy Harrison
5 out of 5 stars

This book gives instructions for how to prepare your family to survive an emergency situation. There are sections for:
Calculating how much water and food your family will need during an emergency.
How to plant your own garden, and store and cook the food you grow.
How to handle garbage, laundry, and sanitation in an emergency.
Protecting your electronics and having enough batteries.
Making an evacuation plan, or creating a safe room.
Talking to your children about emergency preparedness.
Survival tips on staying warm or cool in extreme weather.
AND a dozen other things that are helpful for not just surviving an emergency, but handling it with poise and intelligence.

I love the cool design of this book! There are a lot of photos and design elements that make it colorful and enjoyable to read. The text is divided into smaller sections on each page that make it easy to read, and the chapters make it easy to find the subject you are looking for.

There are step-by step-instructions, lists, charts, and recipes that give all the details you need to be confident that you are prepared for any emergency crisis. You have shopping lists for a first-aid kit, a tool box, kitchen pantry and cookware, and even an inventory of clothing for cold weather. Everything is organized in the book to help you make sure your family is safe, and it’s a great tool to make sure that you haven’t forgotten anything important.

There’s just so much good information in this book!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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