by Tess Pennington, Ready Nutrition:
he longer we delve into the subject of preparedness, the more apparent it becomes that making the choice to bug in or bug out is dependent on many factors. Because this topic is far too in depth to write about in one article, it will become a three part series where we will explore in detail one of the most important decisions you will ever make for your family – whether to bug in or bug out.
Factors to Consider
Making the decision to evacuate or hunker down are both unique to one another. Moreover, both are extremely stressful situations that involve a lot of forethought and planning in order for a smooth transition to take place. Obviously, we’d all like to hunker down with our supplies and ride out a storm, but there are factors to consider in the bug in or bug out decision making process:
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