Three seconds without Safety;
Three minutes without Air;
Three hours without Shelter;
Three days without Water;
Three weeks without Food.
Then add Three More Things: Medical; Power; Communications.
Lather, Rinse, Repeat: What about the next month?
And next year?
KISS: Knowledge. Insight. Skills. Stuff. In that order.
Two is One, and One Is None.
Skills and Systems beat Supplies. Supplies beat Starvation.
Enjoy your weekend. Time is money. Spend yours wisely.
Today's the first day of Spring. A good day to check the batteries in smoke detectors and CO alarms. Take stock of your earthquake (me)/tornado/hurricane/flood/et cetera supplies. Change out the emergency bag in your car(s) from winter stuff to summer stuff, if appropriate (if you're going to be in snow until May, my condolences.). Rotate out anything that's getting old. Eat it, donate it, whatever. (Maybe make a gift of it to someone you know in harder times because of the COVIDification of the economy, or just to jumpstart their preps with a kindly kick in the pants. Something is better than nothing.) Replace with fresh stock. Change batteries in anything else too. And chem lightsticks, flares, and whatnot. Rotate out oldest RX meds, and any meds expired (on paper) in med kits. Swap in fresh ammunition for ready weapons, and put the older stuff in the range bag for practice. Do change of season PMs on your vehicles; tires, fluids, rubber parts, and any other needful maintenance. Either put in or service a cache or two, if your worst case plans include a bug out. Upgrade where possible, deepen larders, and lessen the odds against you for all manner of things.
Oh, and you have written hard-copy lists of all this, where you can put your hands on them, right? Right?
So you know what you need, and what to keep an eye out for.
And spend some time after supper doing some new "What If?"s, then start thinking about how you'd deal with not just A or B, but also LMNOPQRST. You'll get tired eventually, but it's work that will increase the number of Zs you get at night. And the number of days before something comes up that you really have to worry about.
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