Preparing for a potential disaster is important for anybody. Even it you’re too young or think you’re too young, prepping is important. It’s not just for old people who are concerned with government or the way things are going in their country.
Many teenagers face challenges adults don’t face in preparing for if and when the lights go out. If no one else in your family (namely your parents) is stepping up and making an effort to prepare, you might have to take on the role of family prepper yourself.
But before we get into how you, as a teenager, should prepare for a potential SHTF-type scenario, let’s first talk about some of the limitations that teens face in prepping vs. adults.