Disaster Planning Skills / Knowledge

Bugging In – 25 Things NOT To Do

So we’re all concerned about bugging out these days, and we should be to an extent, but it’s almost always more likely that you’re going to be bugging in first or, at the very least, preferring to bug in. With that in mind, you really do need to keep your safety at the forefront of your thoughts which makes the following a good list of things to consider, from cooking and heating concerns to staying safe when under attack, sanitation problems and plenty more, there’s a lot of good advice to consider.

Although it’s a good list, what would you include that he missed? Personally, I might have added something about not getting complacent with regards to your routines, especially those that are beneficial to your personal hygiene (e.g., brushing your teeth, showering), health(e.g., taking your medications, exercise), and sanity (e.g., doing something fun, relaxing). I’d suggest it’s easy let these things go when everything feels up in the air. Of course, if your bugging in plans are only temporary then some activities can be ignored, but if it’s expected to last for months then you really do need to keep on top of beneficial routines.

By Damian Brindle

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