It isn’t a matter of “if” the lights will go out, but a matter of “when”.
Are you prepared for the one thing that is the most likely event to affect your family? Are you ready for an economic collapse on a grand scale?
One of the best things about holidays is getting together with family and having a huge feast. One of the worst things about the holidays is that you probably spent close to a week’s grocery money on that huge feast. If you are of the frugal mindset or on a tight budget, it can be overwhelming to spend all that money for just one meal. Here’s where preppernomics comes in: preserve it!
When is a “deal” a good one? That is the true question!
The economic storm is bearing down on us, and the most important preparation you can make right now is to figure out how to weather it.
16 non-tech ways to stay warm in the winter and cut your utility bill down at the same time.
The lower your income is, the more difficult it is to be particular about what you feed your family. Find out how to cut corners and stay healthy at the same time.
As the mercury in the thermometer starts to climb, you may be looking for different ways to keep your home a bit cooler without an exponential increase in your electric bill. That battle starts in the kitchen.
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 …
An air conditioner is one of the most expensive appliances you can run. Here are 11 tips to stay comfortable and help your budget.
Things are always scarier when you can’t see them. Here are 5 ways to provide lighting during short and long-term power outages.
When you change the way you shop, you’ll soon find that some of the budgetary stress is relieved. But first things first, you have to free up enough money to get started.