It’s intimidating to even considering buying enough food to make it through to the next paycheck, and mind-boggling to imagine getting enough food and supplies for a year! Realize that by spending money prepping, you will save money in the long run.
It isn’t a matter of “if” the lights will go out, but a matter of “when”.
Stock up and prepare for that rainy day that could be just around the corner. And if the rainy day never comes, you’ve saved time and money while providing healthy food for your family.
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Daisy Luther is a freelance writer and editor who lives in a small village in the Pacific Northwestern area of the United States. She is the author of The Pantry Primer: How to Build a One Year Food Supply in Three …
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