September 5, 2019

Are You Financially Prepared for a Disaster?

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I’d love it if you can help support Apartment Prepper on Patreon to help keep this site free. But it’s all up to you, I’ll still post articles as normal whether you do or not ūüôā September is National Preparedness Month and now is a good time is assess if you are financially ready for a disaster. Here are some things to consider before anything happens How does your job deal with disaster? […]

Money Mondays: Take Advantage of Emergency Supply Sales

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Just a quick post today, on the last week of September.¬† These past few weeks have been beset with disasters:¬† Texas¬†was inundated by¬†Hurricane Harvey, followed by Florida’s Hurricane Irma.¬† Now Puerto Rico is experiencing “apocalyptic conditions” in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.¬† The U.S. is not the only country that had disasters – Mexico City experienced a terrible earthquake and emergency crews are still looking for survivors. September is¬† National Preparedness Month Natural […]

Blog Crossover Monday Question of the Day: How Apartment Prepper got Started

Today is Day One of Preparedness Blog Crossover Week.¬† I will be answering a preparedness related question each day for five days, along with a few select blogs listed at the end of this post. Monday’s Question of the Day:¬† When did you start prepping and why? Having grown up in California, we always had a prepackaged “earthquake kit” that contained enough water and food for three days.¬† The kit also had matches, a flashlight, one roll of toilet paper […]