I think you’re going to love your new insurance policy! It’s one that can never be cancelled or revised, you choose what your premium will be and pay it whenever you can, and there’s a guaranteed pay out in case of an emergency!
If you’ve started prepping, you have that insurance policy right now in your pantry. (And maybe under your beds and out in your garage and wherever else you store your food and supplies!)
You invest in this policy every time you buy extra canned goods, laundry soap, or bottles of water. Only you, The Surival Mom, knows what your family needs most When you stock up, you’re helping insure your family against:
- job loss
- reduced family income
- hyper-inflation (What a great asset you’ll have if food prices every sky-rocket.)
- empty pockets and pantry when family members or friends come to you for help
- a dramatic decline of our economy
If you’re a stay-at-home mom, your preparations now may someday make the difference between having to go back into the workforce and continuing to be at home with your children.
So continue stocking up, guilt free! Those eight packs of Costco toilet paper and fourteen tubes of toothpaste will be used up sooner or later, never fear!
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