Preppers have a problem. Oftentimes, they can’t see the forest for the trees. I’ve found that prepping is like a vast river of opportunity, a river that ebbs and flows based on the situations around us. When world events are spiraling out of control, we feel inspired to get prepping. When the world feels stable, […]
If you’ve recently started prepping, one of the first things you’ve probably noticed is how expensive it is. From stockpiling ammo to food to gear to medicine to water and so on, the cost of getting ready for a disaster can add up really fast. This is why budget prepping has become such a popular […]
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A lot of readers are concerned about preparing on a tight budget. Here is some budget prepping advice from a fellow blogger. Advice on How To Prep On A Limited Budget Written by Tony Out of all the challenges preppers face, one of the most difficult and most common is the challenge of getting yourself ready for disaster on a limited budget. The problem certainly doesn’t become any easier when we watch shows like Doomsday Prepper. I remember one night, early […]
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If you’re a prepper on a budget, you’ll find this video by The Green Prepper very interesting. In it, he proves that a little money and patience can lead to a huge stockpile of food. You just have to be consistent. He created a document (which you can download here) that has a schedule of […]
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Prepping can be expensive if you’re buying huge boxes of freeze-dried food and the latest survival gadgets. But if you buy a few small items every week for several years, eventually you’ll have everything you need to survive a disaster (short of something apocalyptic like a nuclear war). In this article, I’m going to prove […]
The Great Recession officially ended in June of 2009–over 8 years ago–and since the United States has never gone over 10 years without a recession, something tells me hard times are just around the corner. If you’re not prepared for a financial crisis, it’s time to get started. And even if there’s never another recession, […]
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com A lot of people worry about not being prepared for emergencies yet feel they cannot get started because they are short on funds. They could be facing unemployment, are on a fixed income or are in a lot of debt. However, not getting started will just make things worse when there is a true emergency. Here are some tips that might help: Start small. It is easy to get overwhelmed and feel like […]
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Prepping for a disaster can be expensive. While fully-stocked private bunkers and steel safes full of weapons and supplies are great for the wealthy, low-income people need to be able to survive when the SHTF, too. Thankfully, prepping for tough times doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you are looking for a way to get […]
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I’ve known many people who talk about prepping for disaster but never actually do it. Their reasons vary, but the reason I hear most often is, “It’s too expensive.” While it’s true that stocking up on supplies can cost a lot of money, that’s no reason to give up on prepping altogether. There are many […]
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com There have been several large disasters in recent memory – Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, the 2016 Louisiana floods, tornadoes, ice storms, where hundreds of people lose vital infrastructure, or are displaced. It take several weeks or months to recover. Even though a state of emergency is declared, sometimes even ahead of the event, people bemoan the fact that the government wasn’t around to provide much needed help. Well, the truth of the […]
If you’re reading this, you no doubt want to be prepared in case of a widespread disaster. But if you’re like most people, you probably don’t have a lot of money. Hopefully you can come up with $100, but how prepared can you actually get with so little money? More than you think. Although you […]
For most people, purchasing enough food, water and supplies to get through a major disaster can be very difficult financially. The average person doesn’t have a lot of extra cash to put toward such a big investment. If you’re like most people, paying the bills and keeping a roof over your head is hard enough […]
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Getting started with preparedness can seem expensive and daunting. You see those ads for a year’s worth of food costing hundreds or more dollars and it seems out of most people’s reach. That … Continue reading