It's true of almost everyone! Folks will say they are not preppers but they really are. Did you get up today? Well that's prepping. You got up to deal with whatever needs to be done. You got up, got dressed. Had breakfast and headed out the door. All prepping to keep a job and get money to buy the things you want or need. Just about everything you do makes you a prepper. I just came in on this beautiful day to fix dinner. I would of rather stayed outside but I needed to get dinner going so my family can eat together and then get their own work done for the day. Now as much as I'd like to stay out, I also prefer they be able to do their own jobs so I don't have to do it all. So I prep and fix dinner so they can eat and have energy to do their work before going to bed.
There are all kinds of preps you can think of people do. How about those who go to church? Aren't they prepping too? I bet you can think of lots of other preps people do without ever thinking of them as preps!
You buy insurance prepping in case disaster hits you. So doesn't it make sense to lay some food and water aside for those little crisis that pop up? If you ever are around when a big storm is moving in and go to the store to discover empty shelves you'll feel stupid that you didn't prep ahead of time and now you have to do without the items you thought you needed. Doesn't it make sense to lay some money aside so you can handle when the motor goes out or the hot water heater gives up the ghost? Having as little as $1,000 set aside for emergency use can be a real life saver when you least expect it.
So now you can have insights to share with those so called non-prepping friends.
Have a great day!