Procrastination is an odd thing – the act implies conscious acknowledgement yet steeps in murky denial. Logic loops between “must do” and oblivion, the latter being a comfortable state of irreverent complacency.
This is how most people view emergency preparedness. Cautionary tales of 72 hours without government assistance, diminished or complete lack of electricity, and collapsed infrastructure seem too incredible to fathom.
There’s no excuse worth the lives of your family. Linked below is the 26 week guide to emergency preparedness. It isn’t rocket science – print it off, stick it on the fridge door and stop procrastinating.