I think this would be best started off by stating who I am.
I'm 26 almost 27.
I want to public school in middle Georgia.
I joined the US Navy directly after highschool.
I deployed to Afghanistan.
I got saved at 21
I just (last week) graduated Bible college.
I am moving to the middle Ga area and helping at a church.
I have never lived by my self or had property.
I think that millennials in the hole are unprepared more so than any other generation for catastrophic events. And here's why I say that I was a dorm room supervisor for 4 years Bible college in those four years I noticed a few things at least about the mail Bible college students 1 most of them don't even know how to cook like I've seen people struggle with cooking macaroni and cheese I've seen somebody literally make a grilled cheese using an iron and ironing board they don't understand weather patterns they don't understand how they keep themselves warm and cool when necessary and it's just hard for them to function without a device in their hands. And they don't understand the importance of physical readiness I mean we were in the northern Atlanta area and aside from being able to read body language aside from being able to have awareness of your environment most people sub 30 do not understand how to basically fight. And since my time of getting out of the military I have noticed some things about myself especially the last two years I eat more out of the house not to do in the house. So I have developed some goals for myself for the 2020 New year that I think that anybody needs to think about adopting I will cook breakfast 7 days a week I will prep all of my lunch meals before work to take to work 5 days a week and dinner 5 times a week I will allow myself to eat out once a week to twice a week I will begin physical conditioning again with the goal of being where I was 30 days before leaving the Navy which was I was qualified to be in special operations I was able to do 100 pushups in under 2 minutes as ever do a hundred sit-ups technically under 2 minutes more like under 80 seconds and I was able to run 3 miles at about 18 minutes all of this is one require discipline and coming out of my comfort zone I'm not a particularly good cook so that will require me to do something I don't like doing however how can millennials survive some catastrophic event if we don't even know how to basically cook any Cummins questions ideas or welcome thank you