Getting your finances in order is one of the most important things you can do to prepare. It’s never too early to start — even if (especially if!) the numbers are small. This guide explains how an average person can improve their money habits to build a great foundation both for daily life and emergencies.
Don’t be one of those people who has massive stockpiles of prepping gear but lives paycheck to paycheck with high credit card debt and no emergency or retirement savings.
Being prepared means lowering your chances of bad situations happening and being ready to handle them when they do. Being a rational prepper means preparing based on what emergencies are most likely.