The primary factors in Survival is planning ahead and being prepared for what might come in the future. Life and death is on the line, but how do you prep economically? How do you prioritize what’s important in the limited time you have before disaster? Budgeting is the secret. Determining how to allocate your resources and time is the prime factor you can learn to save your time, money, and life.
- We can take this saying and apply it to prepping. If a disaster comes, the best time to start prepping was a few years ago.
- However, many would-be preppers are dissuaded by the costs associated with stockpiling and prepping.
- While it may seem like a daunting task to start to prep there are some strategies and ways to make it cheaper.
“When starting to think about a prepping budget, it’s important to prioritize the survival necessities: food, clean water and shelter.”