15, 19, and 36 are my excuses. My husband is in seminary right now so we can’t afford to buy a lot of excess food. We are moving frequently for the next few years so moving a lot of food would be a pain. Currently we are in a tiny apartment with no storage.
36—the whole relatives thing? My dad is a prepper and he has specifically invited me and hubby to join him in the event of a crisis.
I do believe something big is around the corner—but my husband and I have no other option now than to rely on God’s good grace.
#6 - counting on it, but hedging my bets.
I’m going to live a better life, if times get tough, or even if they don’t.
Growing your own food is prepping, but it’s also living better.
We are moving frequently for the next few years so moving a lot of food would be a pain.-——
Freeze dried is kinda of expensive(not if you count per serving and the cost of energy to do it yourself, and you’re own energy to get the food processed, and vaccuum sealed in cans)
but anyway, freeze dried is very very lightweight, easy to move...
Need water source.