“We live in a broken world; it’s a reality that bad things can happen, but in the past two years we’ve seen what’s coming down the road and gotten a lot more serious about it,” says Katie, referring to the prepper mindset and actions she and her husband have had for decades now.

While many people remain apathetic or in denial about how bad things could get, Katie is fully aware of it and prepares accordingly.

Tune in to learn:

  • Easy first steps to protect yourself (e.g., stocking up on water and shelf-stable basics)
  • How to figure out what items you would need if you suddenly found the store shelves empty
  • Why so many people are choosing not to prepare for worst-case and realistic scenarios
  • How long it takes to prep to different levels
  • What to expect in the coming months and years around the world, including the U.S.

Press play for the full conversation and find tons of information on Katie’s website at https://www.goodpatriot.com/ and her YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCMT6ioHQ0S3m1fefQHfVjA

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

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