This is a discussion on What are your prep-related New Years Resolutions going to be? within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by Denton Same, here. Maybe this year I'll actually do more than just look at the dumbells. Don't you get enough of that ...
I am going to get my food storage better organized and work on my 1st aid knowledge. Going to try and get more range time in this year as well as increase my workouts a bit. I am holding steady but I would like to drop another 10lbs.
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Jeez.. where to start. Probably set up the well to run off a generator short term and look at solar/wind longer term. Chickens and garden in the spring. Hopefully we’ll be able to buy another 12 acres in back of us and will use it for hay and other things. Shotgun.. want to shoot some skeet and basically it’s good all around. Continue to stock pile some food and next year use the garden produce to dehydrate and store. As someone mentioned, hand/manual tools. Already have many and started on a few more (drills, etc) but may add to that. Lastly set up my own shooting range in the back pasture. No reason not to but it hasn’t been a priority.
Books.. yes, books on survival, gardening, husbandry, etc etc. Should the worst happen, the iPad and computer would be worthless for storing information.
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Also continue to involve my Daughters in prepping including keeping them shooting.
I want to exercise more and I want to improve my bushcraft/minimalist skills.
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Try to stay off here as much ..... and get on with my life!
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Finish paying off the rest of our debt. It's been a long road but we're almost there. Probably pick up a shot gun for duck/goose/upland birds and some more ammo for the rifles. We only keep a 30 day supply of food on hand since we have limited space in our apartment so I'll continue to put more focus on my wild foraging skills. I'd love to have a big garden again but a couple containers on the deck is all we can currently do so we'll see what we come up with for spring.
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Yep, my parents were also very proud to announce that their house was finally theirs and not somehow a little bit to a bank.
It's a great achievement because it means you worked hard.