February Preppers To Do List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Practice tying knots. Here is a great start! Google how to dress in layers for cold weather. Practice shooting a bow and arrow. Take a gun safety course. Study about how to pick a lock. Try a new recipe. Take something you by pre-made and make it from scratch. Start or improve on doing push-ups. Learn how to operate and care for a generator. Need to purchase one, learn about choosing one here. 10. Label your breaker box. 11. Learn/practice how to whistle loud. 12. Understand how to care for and shoot a gun. 13. Know how to jump start a car. 14. Purchase jumper cables or a pocket car jumper. 15. Know when and how to properly tie a tourniquet. 16. Learn as many methods as you can to make a fire without matches. 17. Practice or improve upon woodworking skills. 18. Make your own candles. 19. Consider taking a martial arts or self-defense class. 20. Volunteer at a place that helps you learn a new skill. 21. Find an exercise that you enjoy doing, do it daily. 22. Watch a TED talk on a subject you need to learn. 23. Considered beekeeping? Learn how to get started. 24. Learn how to survive a tornado. 25. Start or improve on doing sit ups. 26. Have car window breakers in all of your vehicles. 27. Make a list of prepper gear you want for your birthday, anniversary, mother’s/Father’s Day, etc… 28. Have a tribe- a group of loyal friends that you can depend on.