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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 ways to prep, even if you’re very poor.
First off, in the age of the Internet, knowledge is free. Anyone can learn and practice survival skills in their spare time. Secondly, trash is also free. And if you have the knowledge, you can upcycle some of that trash into survival supplies. There are many other ways to prep without money, and that is the subject of this article from Modern Survival Blog.
Ken writes, “Too many people might not start prepping because looking at the cost of ‘recommended items’ can be intimidating. Regardless of your own economic status, lets get a discussion going about some of the things that ‘poor’ or low income people can do to start or continue prepping.” Follow the link below to keep reading.