A bandana is easily one of the most useful items you can have in your survival kit. Every prepper should own a few bandanas and know how to use them. #urbansurvivalsite #bandana #survivalhacks #repurpose #upcycle
With a shaky economy and wages continuing to stagnate, many people’s resolution is to save money and stretch their budget. #urbansurvivalsite #frugal #frugaltips #savemoney #budget
Many experts fear that the current bull market will end with a second Great Depression. If you want to get prepared before this happens, here’s what you should do. #urbansurvivalsite #greatdepression #economy #collapse #preparedness
The most common complaint among new preppers is how expensive it is. While there are many ways you can prep for free, you will inevitably have to spend some money if you want to stock up on supplies. To do that, it’s important to keep a budget and look for great deals.
Unless you’re made of money, budget prepping is very important if you don’t want to end up broke. Fortunately, there are many ways to prep for free. #urbansurvivalsite #shtf #prepping #prepper #frugal
A popular new trend in the prepper community is using gadget pouches and tool rolls to make survival kits and bug out bags. #urbandsurvivalsite #survivalkit #survivalgear #budget #frugal
Prepping doesn’t have to cost a lot if you know how to look for bargains. Garage sales are a great place to scoop up prepper items.
You might be surprised to learn that rubber bands aren’t just good for shooting at each other. In fact, there are at least 25 survival/everyday uses for rubber bands. #urbansurvivalsite #survivaltips #survivalhacks #rubberbands #offgrid
Every week, buy one of these items along with a day’s worth of food for your family. By the end of the year, you’ll have everything on this list along with 50 days of food, and you’ll be more prepared than 99% of society. #urbansurvivalsite #preparedness #preppergear #budget #prepper
Although prepping might seem expensive, in the long run, it could actually save you money by lowering your bills and teaching you to make do with less.