By Sabrina Petersen
When I was growing up, my aunt had a huge storage room in the basement of her house. Her husband had filled it with canned food, toilet paper, first aid supplies, and more.
All the relatives jokingly called it the “pandemic room.” Back then, I don’t think I even understood what a pandemic was. All I knew was that if we ran out of something essential, we could find it in that room, whether cans of mushroom soup or green beans, or dried pasta.
But 2020, with its empty grocery shelves and lockdowns, gave new meaning to the concept of a “pandemic room.”
As Gillian Bethel points out in her article “Prepping for the Biblical Apocalypse,” people today are hyperaware of the need to prep for what’s ahead. They’re gearing themselves for survival, not wanting to be caught off guard by the next crisis.
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