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I’m sure many of the people reading this have plenty of emergency water, but I’ll bet most of you have never had to rely on it for a significant amount of time. If that sounds like you, I recommend shutting off your tap water and living on your water storage for a couple days to see what happens. That’s exactly what Misty from Simply Family Preparedness did.
The reason she did this was to find out how much of their water storage her family would use (people tend to use a lot more water than they think). Along the way, she also learned a few other things, so she decided to share her experience in an article.
She writes, “Wow! So, I turned off our running water for 48 hours and lived on our emergency water storage this week. I honestly didn’t expect to learn too much. I’ve had emergency water storage for years, and felt I knew quite a bit. HA! That’s funny now! I’ve been humbled! I actually learned a lot more than I thought I would!” Follow the link below to keep reading.