Review: The Prepper’s Pocket Guide

Review: The Prepper’s Pocket Guide

The little handbook, “The Prepper’s Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster” by Bernie Carr is one of those books that I keep finding myself going back to.

If you follow the Apartment Prepper’s Blog then you will already know Bernie for her knowledgeable posts over there.

This handy guide has been around for a fair few years now and has probably been looked at more than any of my others to date. The problem with most books like this out there is that they are filled with a lot of basic info that are just not thought out.

Bernie on the other hand has done a great job with this one. Although limited to how much detail she can cover with each topic (it IS a pocket guide after all), you can see that each area has been thoroughly researched and presented to the reader in an easy to understand format.

The Prepper’s Pocket Guide is not just for those just starting out in being prepared but also for those that have been doing it for years. There is a lot of valuable information, and some that you just may not have even thought of.

If you are thinking about prepping but believe it all to be too expensive, try this book out and it will show you step by step how to do it without wasting your money.

This book is small enough to be carried (kindle versions available too), and a great refresher to go over from time to time to make sure that everything stays fresh in your mind.

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Craig Burr is the founder and editor of UK Survival Guides.He has a passion for emergency preparedness and survival that he wants to share with others through the use of articles and gear reviews.Stay safe!

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