The Prepper's Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster

The Prepper s Pocket Guide Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster BE PREPAREDBE SAFEFrom California earthquakes and Rocky Mountain wildfires to Midwest floods and Atlantic hurricanes you can t escape that inevitable day when catastrophe strikes your home town but y

  • Title: The Prepper's Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster
  • Author: Bernie Carr Evan Wondolowski
  • ISBN: 9781569759295
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • BE PREPAREDBE SAFEFrom California earthquakes and Rocky Mountain wildfires to Midwest floods and Atlantic hurricanes, you can t escape that inevitable day when catastrophe strikes your home town but you can be prepared Offering a simple DIY approach, this book breaks down the vital steps you should take into 101 quick, smart and inexpensive projects 6 Make a Master LiBE PREPAREDBE SAFEFrom California earthquakes and Rocky Mountain wildfires to Midwest floods and Atlantic hurricanes, you can t escape that inevitable day when catastrophe strikes your home town but you can be prepared Offering a simple DIY approach, this book breaks down the vital steps you should take into 101 quick, smart and inexpensive projects 6 Make a Master List of Passwords 16 Calculate How Much Water You Need 33 Start a Food Storage Plan for 5 a Week 60 Make a Safe from a Hollowed out Book 77 Assemble an Inexpensive First Aid kit 89 Learn to Cook Without Electricity 94 Pack a Bug out Bag

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  • This book is a cheap, cargo pocket-sized introduction to preparing for a disaster. With 101 easy tips, Bernie Carr takes the reader through dozens of simple ways you can start preparing today.This guide covers a variety of disaster scenarios, and one of its benefits is that the author does not assume an end-of-the-world scenario. Carr offer suggestions for hurricanes, earth quakes, and power outages alongside tips on how to prepare a bug-out bag and a long-term survival plan. The book will help [...]


  • This is a good way to get prepared for a disaster. I read only about 30 pages into it, then skimmed the rest. I made me feel sufficiently guilty for being a lazy lame-o, and forced me to confront the myriad ways I will not be able to survive a disaster with my family. The end result was that I renewed my Costco membership and vowed to spend all my savings on canned goods Just as soon as I am done digging that bomb shelter in my back yard. No really, it's a good book for stocking the basement, bu [...]


  • I feel this book suffered from similar problems to When Duct Tape Just Isn't Enough in terms of being a poor reference. For something marketed as a pocket guide I expect to be able to pick this up and find what I'm looking for, but this seems to be more a random collection of tips in rough categories that aren't particularly useful or findable. I wouldn't be surprised if the author decided to list 101 items before having the 101 items to include. That said, there are some good tips in there and [...]


  • The flooding in the Denver area in September 2013 gave me pause. How prepared would I be if I lost electricity for several days? What if I were cut off from the rest of civilization? Would I have enough food and water to survive?I started with some internet research, but preppers are a blogging bunch and the amount of information overwhelmed me. I decided to find a simpler resource through my local library and this book hit the mark. I appreciated the organization the most. Sections on "Getting [...]


  • I never thought I´d be reading a book about prepping, the tendency to get ready in case of disasters, as I always figured it was a thing to do if you were a bit paranoid and/or on the crazy side of life, dressed in camo, saving in canned goods and zombie apocalypse proofing the basement. However, this book came to my hands thanks to folks at Ulysses Press and I started reading it with every bit of a smirk in my face.Fortunately, this is a book targeted to the regular people, who can have all ki [...]


  • This was a really useful and educational book. If you are a beginner prepper or are just interested in learning more about self sufficiency, then this is a great starter book. It is a smaller sized paperback and can fit nicely on any bookshelf as a self help manual.There are sections on financial affairs, water needs, food stocks, home defence, health, power outages and when you should consider bugging out for a safer location. Each section goes into detailed instructions on a variety of topics. [...]


  • A wonderful and practical little book on preparing for any of life's little unexpected moments. Not an end-of-world-guide (though it also works for that), but a general preparedness guide. And not a "buy a bunker and order a year's supply of freeze-dried food", but practical: when you have coupons for something you use regularly, use the savings to buy one extra and stash it as part of your emergency supply.


  • This book is packed with useful information for the beginning prepper. It provides a foundation to begin preparations for your family, and also takes you step by step on how to use the preparations in the event of an emergency. It is an easy read and packed with useful information.


  • Excellent little book with plenty of practical advice and without the political rhetoric and paranoia that plagues many in this niche genre.


  • If you are on a budget and want a book that will help you make it through an ice storm/earthquake/solar flare/flood/tornado etcis is an excellent basic book to start with.



  • Most of what this book offers in ways of information is what people already know or easily should be able to conclude on their own. However there are a few "Aha!" moments in the book worth studying. Especially in terms of water supplies that should be pretty obvious, but provided the most "Aha!" moments for me. This is a book that if studied enough it should help drastically cut down on your response time when distaster hits, because most of us are not wired to think that way, most of us are use [...]


  • Straightforward and usefulEasy read, well organizedGood basic information primarily for a new prepper.I found it helpful, and will keep in my library.


  • A basic introduction to prepping with a down to earth attitude. Carr does not attempt to convince the reader to stock up on MREs and weapons to be ready for the doomsday scenario that will certainly unravel within the next 15 minutes. Instead the book encourages a sensible evaluation of potential risks and making appropriate, incremental preparations without excessive financial or time burden.Unfortunately the 101 Things-format does not suite the book. Some of the things cover fairly large issue [...]


  • A good list of useful things to do even if you're not waiting for the end of the world as we know it. If I could spend the summer doing these things we'd have less clutter, good emergency kits, trusted backups of the important paper and electronic documents, and so on. This is definitely a project to consider


  • All and all a pretty decent starter book for those beginning to think about how to prepare for an emergency situation. It's pretty low threshold in that it doesn't go all "survivalist" on you. That said, somewhat lacking in significant content for the different types of scenarios one may face. I'd probably gives this a 3.25 - 3.5 rating if partial ratings were an option.


  • I had to laugh when the first "easy" thing listed was "De-Clutter Your Home". Overall, though, this book is accessible and not intimidating for beginning preppers. As a bonus, you don't have to read it from beginning to end in order.


  • The pocket guide is a handy reference guide to preparing for disaster from a woman's viewpoint. There are 101 items briefly covered although some are more pertinent than others. This is a good addition to a survival library.


  • without going nuclear, this is a good source for some practical things you can do to help prepare yourself. bought this one.





  • I think everyone can get a few good ideas about being better prepared in general. Some parts I found not so practical, but overall worth taking the time to read.



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