How to Be a Prepper in an Apartment

M.D. Creekmore

I've been interested in prepping and homesteading topics for over 25 years. I’m the author of four books that you can find here. Five days a week (Monday through Friday) I will get up at 6:00 o'clock, drink a cup of coffee, eat breakfast, pour another cup of coffee and then head to my home office where I will scour the internet for the most 10 recent and important news and happening from around the world and post those in a ten-point list with my thoughts and options. Hope you enjoy.

3 Responses

  1. mom of three says:

    Great tips, even though we’re not apartment renters, we have a small house, so every inch is used. For furniture get a coffee table, that has space inside to put extras can’s, and make room on top for a couple of blankets, to keep your extra food store’s hidden.

    • Jesse Mathewson says:

      Hey Mom of 3! How are you!

      To the author, Trigger Locks DO NOT make a gun unusable, the best ones out there only offer 2-5 minutes of difficulty accessing a firearm for shooting. The cable style are easily cut, the other style are easily pried.

      Locking up your firearm only prevents you from accessing it quickly, it provides dedicated thieves an easy all in one location to find and obtain new arms for themselves.

      Many career home burglars avoid firearms for the most important reason, for them. Being caught committing a felony with a firearm ensures maximum time in prison/jail. There are however, many non career burglars who simply are not bright enough to understand laws and will see a small safe or gun lock as nothing but a momentary impediment.

  2. Crazy Joe in South Jersey says:

    RE: Space . Making your bed higher thus more space . Shelving and plastic bins in closets . Closet/s does not have a shelf above the coat bar Make one/ them .