What makes me different from all those other competent PF bloggers out there in the universe?
Well, a couple of things – my path to FIRE is not theoretical or newly laid. I have been at it for years and my well worn FIRE path has the assets to back up the lip service.
Secondly, I am also a lawyer. There are too many lawyers, not enough PF bloggers and even fewer people happen to be both. My blogs dips into the wonderful world of the law.
Next, I’m weird, I am OK with this. I have unorthodox beliefs and viewpoints. Some of which people might even find interesting.
I am fairly well traveled, therefore I dabble into the travel blog domain.
Lastly, I am a full blown, unabashed PREPPER. I thinking prepping and FIRE have a lot of crossover and deserve even more.
So when my friend over at HaltCatchFire asked me to do a guest post about the basics of prepping. I said sure. Here is the outlay;
PREPPING can be broken down into the fundamental categories of needs during an emergency, especially an emergency that is not over quickly. Food, Water, Shelter, First Aid, Security, Light/Power, Communication, and Information.
The time, energy, and money one wants to put into prepping can be bottomless. So I have broken down each category into 3 degrees of prep; Basic, Moderate, and Serious.
Tummy sufficiently tempted? Check out the rest of the post, HERE.
Don’t forget to read up on HCF’s series ‘Coders of Finance‘. It really took my back to land of Commodore 64’s, HTML monkeys, and a life that could have been.