Surviving an emergency
John Ramey, the founder of survivalist company The Prepared, doesn't recommend putting your money into a bunker. Instead, we should focus on making our existing homes and communities more resilient. Your home is your castle. It's your base for any emergency.
If you had to lock yourself in your home right now, no water, no gas, no electricity or communication, how long can you live there? It should be two weeks at a minimum because that covers most emergencies like natural disasters.
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