Fear of economic collapse is what got me into prepping in the first place. Although it’s taking longer to happen than I expected, I worry that when it does happen it will be all the worse. That’s what happens when you keep kicking the can down the road, as the Federal Reserve has done time and time again.
Other than hurricanes and maybe earthquakes, I still think an economic collapse is the most likely widespread disaster to occur in the United States. So what can we do to prepare? The Economic Collapse Blog made a list with 25 suggestions. If you’re a prepper, you’ve probably already done many of these things.
Michael writes, “Do you think that you know how to prepare for the collapse of the economy? If so, are you putting that knowledge into action? In America today, people are more concerned about the possibility of an economic collapse than ever before. It has been estimated that there are now three million preppers in the United States. But the truth that nobody really knows the actual number, because a lot of preppers keep their “prepping” to themselves.” Follow the link below to keep reading.