There's no doubt about it, preparing for a collapse takes a lot of dedication. All of the plans, shelters, and resources we gather make it essential so that surviving when a collapse is a priority. With that being said, it's hard for a person to move when they have built up a stockpile of survival essentials.
However, circumstances can take over and it can be out of our control we are suddenly forced to uproot ourselves and leave the area. Who knows, perhaps in the process you will realize that your current dwelling place isn't a suitable home for a disaster anyway, so it's best to leave anyway. Hopefully, wherever you move it's somewhere safe and will be a better area if a potential disaster should take place.
No matter the situation, moving is something that should happen, and it's best everyone in your party is at peace with that. While it's normal to think about where to move and why — what about what asking yourself what time of year is best to move?
Strangely enough, many would tell you that winter tends to be the best time for survivalists to move to a brand new location. Yes, it may not seem like the grandest of ideas, but in reality, it's a great idea. Check out the reasons why after the break.
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