This is a practical guide to preparing for natural disasters geared toward people who live in urban and suburban areas. Thousands of people face life-threatening emergencies each year. This handy and helpful book shows readers how easy it is to prepare their home and family for any disaster. By breaking down the many facets of prepping into straightforward steps, this book transforms a seemingly daunting task into easy-to-do, manageable projects. The author's unique 'survivalist light' approach requires readers to dedicate very little time, money, or space, but provides a big payoff - being fully prepared and self-sufficient. Simple projects such as creating storage for food in small living spaces, assembling inexpensive first aid supplies, and establishing a disaster plan for the entire family address everything needed to survive and thrive in any situation. No matter the reader's budget or living situation, "The Prepper's Pocket Guide" offers quick solutions to their varied needs.