- How to Think Like a Prepper or a Survivalist
Fears of an economic collapse, gun control laws, inflation on the rise, and the popularity of the TV show “Doomsday Preppers” all have a lot more people thinking about emergency preparedness these days. Record numbers of people are purchasing supplies and trying to adopt the prepper lifestyle, but in order to really be prepared, you need to first learn to think like a prepper. Learning to think like a prepper or a survivalist involves a lot more than just buying guns and camouflage clothing.
- Why Economic Collapse Is Certain and How to Prepare
Many Americans can’t imagine our country going through an economic collapse, even though they realize that our current situation (budget and debt) are totally unsustainable. To put it all into perspective, and give ourselves a cold, hard dose of reality, it is helpful to take the numbers of our national checkbook from the trillions and make them more meaningful so we can wrap our minds around them. If you want to see how likely it is that we will have an economic collapse and start thinking about what you should do to prepare for an economic collapse, then…
- How to Stockpile Food on a Budget
It’s unfortunate that so many people become discouraged from storing up extra food, even though they want to prepare for an economic collapse, just because they get intimidated and stop before they start. The fact is that beginning a home food storage program, or “stockpiling food,” is the exact right thing to do as we anticipate an economic collapse. The reason is that an economic collapse will cause disruptions in the supply chain, panic buying of food and other essentials items, skyrocketing inflation and a lot of shortages of daily necessities.
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