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A few people have asked me to explain why I go by “Minimalist Prepper,” and what does it mean. I started getting into the preparedness and survival mode by watching Dual Survival with Dave Canterbury and Cody Lundin. I learned that Cody considers himself a minimalist, probably because he doesn’t have a lot of extra “stuff” in his lifestyle or on his person. In fact, he doesn’t even wear shoes! Somehow, I found this completely fascinating!
Minimalism, in general, eliminates all non-essential forms, features or concepts. Minimalism, in my case, is an approach to preparedness in which the simplest and fewest elements are used to create the maximum effect. In other words, less is more. I travel light, and I don’t live with excess belongings in any form or fashion. I prepare for uncertain times with basic elements of survival in mind, and strive for the ability to learn to make many of the things I may need at any given time. I stick to the basics, and only expand as far as is absolutely necessary from there.
Remember, less is more!