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I’ve said this before, but it’s worth saying again: You don’t have to be rich to be a prepper. Yes, you’ll have to save up and spend some money, but there is much more to preparedness than buying survival supplies.
In the following article, Dan Sullivan proves this point. He lists 21 things you can do to prepare that don’t cost any money. The most obvious one is: practice survival skills. But there are many other things you can do such as exercising, making plans, looking for free stuff, organizing your supplies, and much more.
Dan writes, “Do you know what happens when newbies get into prepping and survival? They buy stuff. And it’s usually gear they regret buying 6 months later when they know better. Little do they know there’s an entire list of things they can do to increase their chances of survival, things that are 100% free. This will allow them to read more about survival and still make progress.” Follow the link below to keep reading.