Howdy! My name is Morgan!
I’ve lived in Texas for about 8 years. Before, TX, I lived in NY, NV and OR and I’ve traveled quite a bit. I was born in Oregon and lived there until I was in my mid-20s when I just needed to get out of there and explore life. I’m a gypsy at heart; love to travel, take road trips, meet new people, experience new things, see great scenery, etc.
I am married and have a bubbly, adventurous little girl. We also have two rescue pups; a beagle mix and brazilian terrier.
I am a huge advocate of being prepared for emergencies and disasters. It may surprise you to know that I’ve been at this prepping adventure for about 10 years.
I began to venture out into helping others and to learn more when I started my YouTube channel; Rogue Preparedness. This is where I could really shine and blossom with not only teaching others, but also advancing my own preparedness.
Being prepared for emergencies and disasters is nothing too special. Some people take it to the extreme, like Doomsday Preppers, but really, the majority of people just want to be prepared for basic things like:
- Natural disasters such as; Tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, snow storms, etc.
- Everyday emergencies like; getting a flat tire, getting stranded somewhere, lights going out, house fires, etc.
Being prepared can be as basic or as advanced as you want it to be. It’s all about WHY you want to get prepared. Is it to feel safe? Is it because you get a lot of natural disasters in your region? Is it because you travel a lot and need a good ‘go bag’? Many people don’t know their ‘why’ right off the bat and that’s okay!
There are a lot of people who will go through a disaster or emergency and afterwards, wipe their foreheads, exhale and be relieved that the trauma is finally over, and they can move on with their lives. The reason this is bad is because that disaster or emergency could very well happen again. It’s wise to learn from the past and get prepared, no matter how unlikely you think it could happen again.
Being prepared is nothing new.
Our parents and their parents have been prepping long before it was ever considered ‘prepping’, such as: canning, dehydrating, hunting, fishing, storing emergency batteries/candles, having a road kit for emergencies, etc.
My whole YouTube channel is dedicated to showing others how to be prepared, as well as trying new prepper/bushcraft/survival stuff for my own advancement.
Anyone can get prepared, at any budget level.
You don’t have to be rich and you don’t have to be prepared all at once TODAY. While tomorrow is not guaranteed and lots of things can happen out of the blue, it’s OKAY to get your preps together slowly and make sure you have exactly what you want and that you’re happy with your preps.
I’m proud to announce I’m now an Ambassador for Mountain House. You may already be familiar with Mountain House, they’re the brand behind the ultimate in delicious freeze-dried meals that are lightweight, easy to prepare, and a key ingredient to any survivalist’s preparedness kit. If you’d like 30% off your order from the Mountain House website, get my discount code from my Facebook page.
I’d love to get to know YOU better and to share your journey with me. I love helping people and in turn, I love to learn new things and go on as many adventures as I can.
Conquer tomorrow, by preparing today.