I'm 35 and married. We have a 2 yr old daughter and another kid on the way now. Before I had a family my thoughts on prepping were "I can kill a squirrel and build a fire, I'm OK." Now I'm putting a little more thought into it. My main interests are the so-called primitive skills our Great Grandparents used. I got caught up in wanting all the neat camping gadgets and this and that but I'm trying to simplify that again (and just life in general too). My wife kept us stocked up with several months of food before we started prepping just incase we got hhurt and couldn't work or what ever may have happened but I really want to learn my wild foods and how to prepare them better, my gardening skills aren't that great anyway. As for hobbies and things like that, I like bird watching, bumming around out in the woods and rusty old jeeps. Thanks for sharing your info and wisdom with me.