I’m going to let you in on a secret: life is easier and more enjoyable when you’re prepared for it. I know, I know: What could be easier or more enjoyable than being unprepared? That’s right – nothing. And I would know, because I’ve been there. But after years of trial and error (and survival situations), here are some tips that will help make your life easier no matter what happens.
Be prepared. Carry a survival kit with you at all times. Keep a backup plan for your backup plan. Learn how to make fire and purify water, and know how to build an A-frame shelter if necessary.
If possible, get some training in wilderness survival skills before you need them. This can be accomplished through an online course or a class at a local school. Many wilderness schools offer courses that will give you the basics of surviving in various environments, as well as teach you how to improvise when your equipment fails or isn’t available. Get some real-life experience from people who have been through it before! You can find stories about people who have survived their own disasters by reading books or watching documentaries about them online, but nothing beats actually speaking with someone who has been there and done that firsthand–and lived to tell about it!
The art of lifehacking is not just about being prepared for a survival situation, it’s about making life easier and more enjoyable every day, even if the situation isn’t demanding it yet. And no matter what you’re doing or where you are in life right now, there are bound to be ways that you can simplify your life and make things go smoother. This guide will provide a collection of tips and tricks which will allow you to take control over your own situation and live a better life.
So as you can see, there are many ways to get prepared for survival situations, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry. But what if your situation isn’t dire enough to require those skills? It still pays off to have them because they can help you make life easier and more enjoyable every day. The key is just knowing when and how to use them!