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8 Survival Skills You Can Learn Without Spending Much Money

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8 Survival Skills You Can Learn Without Spending Much MoneyOne of the biggest complaints among new preppers is the cost of getting started. Building a bug out bag, acquiring emergency supplies, and stocking up on survival food can be very expensive. Most people can only do a little bit at a time.

If you’re in that situation, you might feel stuck, like there’s nothing you can do until you have more disposable income. This isn’t true at all. There are lots of things you can do to prepare. For example, you can learn and practice survival skills.

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In this video, City Prepping talks about eight skills you can learn right now without spending much money at all. (Note: This list doesn’t include all the recommended survival skills, just the most affordable ones.) Here are his suggestions:

  1. Gardening
  2. Physical Fitness
  3. Cooking
  4. Organization
  5. Firearms Proficiency
  6. Starting and Building a Fire
  7. Water Collection and PUrification
  8. First Aid

Be sure to watch the video below for more information on these skills along with tips and resources to help you get started.

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2 Comments

  1. Angela on May 17, 2019 at 12:35 pm

    Thank you for your video. I have been building on my knowledge through your suggestions. It can be difficult to bring the family on board, they just poopoo me when I make suggestions. They can’t seem to realize the things that can happen. Even when I was taking my homeland security classes, they poopooed me for the suggestion that were in the book for emergency management. But I keep trying and sneaking extra items in , though it’s not the freeze dried food like Wise or Mountain House, it is still a bit more like an extra case of corn or green beans or chili. The garden is a struggle. Though we have a raised-planter, it’s not much for 10 people, yet I struggle with designs that would trick my family into believing that its landscaping for the backyard yet still be beneficial for gardening. Either way, we’re getting it together slowly and trickery at a time. At least we have some extra water and everyone now keeps some in the cars for emergency as well as some snacks. so we’re trying. Thank you for the video.

    • Alan on May 18, 2019 at 6:01 am

      It’s really frustrating when the family isn’t on board. With my family, I just started by saying it was hurricane preparations. Why wife lived through Katrina so that helped convince her. I’ve also said that it’s like insurance. If something does happen, we’re covered. And if nothing happens, we can still eat the food we’ve stored. Good luck!

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