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Discover How To Be Ready For Almost Any Emergency
By Becoming More Self-Sufficient
Everyone's talking about prepping, right?
We all know that having a rainy day fund and some extra food are now a must to go through most common life emergency.
But what most people don't get about emergency preparedness is the concept of self-sufficiency.
It's NOT stockpiling more stuff that helps you being prepared, it's developing the skills and systems to become more self-sufficient.
And that can happen even if you live in the city or are on a budget.
Hi, my name is Max and I'm the editor at AmericanPatriotSurvivalist.
Here's how I learned this lesson... the hard way and how you can avoid my past mistakes so that you can achieve your goal of being prepared and more self-sufficient more easily.
Thank God my grandparents were prepared
24 years later and I still remember it vividly…
I was a skinny kid back then.
For six days straight in January, freezing rain coated everything with 3-4 in of ice.
Trees and electricity wires fell and utility poles and transmission towers came down causing massive power outages, some for as long as a month.
Now, knowing that 53% of households do NOT have 72-hours' worth of non-perishable food and water… imagine how many households were on the brink of starvation.
Fortunately for us, my grandparents were prepared.
They’d experienced harsher times in their youth and they learned their lessons.
They had more than enough food and water stockpiles to last many months, so they were more than happy to bring some to our table, and make sure their grandson doesn't get even skinnier…
That experience profoundly affected me.
I knew I never wanted to be in that vulnerable spot ever again.
I knew I wanted to do the same for my family. I wanted to be prepared and ready for most emergencies so that I could protect and support them.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has that desire, right?
So a few years ago, I did what any responsible parent would do and I started getting prep and started a food stockpile. I wanted my family to know that I was making sure they would always be taken care of. I wanted them to know how much I love them.
But then one day my boss came into my office and told me business was slow and that he “had to” either lay me off or cut down my income by 30%... 30%!!!
We just had bought a new house closer to work and were already tight to afford the payments.
I had my family to take care of so I choose the latter.
So months went by like that and business didn’t improve…
Can you imagine what supporting your family on 30% less income than before would do to your rainy-day fund and food stockpile?
It didn’t take long for ours to dry up to a point of fear and anxiety. For the first time, I wasn’t sure if I would be able to continue to provide for my family.
So I did what I had to do. I took a second part-time job to stop the hemorrhage. But I knew that wasn’t sustainable long term. I had to find another way.
That’s when it happened.
After that moment everything clicked!
It was my epiphany!
After that, I knew what I had to do to support and take care of my family in a more sustainable way.
I’ll tell you everything about it...
After I tell you about it, whenever a supply chain disruption or an economic recession happens, you won’t even care or worry.
You’ll be ready. You’ll know your family won’t lack ANYTHING.
You’ll be in a position of strength.
Not future victims.
You’ll even be able to help your neighbors, friends, and extended family if need be.