I thought this would be the perfect time to offer a tip to some on prepping, which is grow your own food. See picture. That's my first plant to pop up this year. It's a ruby red bell pepper. There are 144 little trays to go with that one and many of those have multiple seeds that will produce multiple plants. I have a lot of other things that will be planted later in the garden without using starter trays. These are mostly early season things and I'm just getting a head start with them since we don't have much of an early season here. I'll also replant some of these in the fall and they will carry me through most of the winter. I won't be buying vegetables this summer so I'm saving money. I've also been working hard on the storage side of things so that I won't have to buy many veggies in the winter either. My goal is to get to the point that I'm proving almost all of my own meats, fruits, and vegetables. And everything there is heirloom so I can save the seeds to replant next year. I'm eating healthier, I'm saving a lot of money, and I've increased my quality of living because the food I grow taste much much better than anything I can get out of the grocery store. Not to mention I love doing it. It doesn't get any better than that, and for me that is what prepping is all about. There are several here that are way ahead of me on the gardening side of things, but for those not into gardening you should really think about it. It really isn't difficult and doesn't require that much time or space.