Hello everyone, This is an idea I have been toying around with for some time now, and I thought I would bring it up here to see what you guys think. Now, I have been in many groups over my period as a prepper, and one thing I have noticed is that there are a lot of preppers out there who are below the poverty line. So, with this in mind, I had to ask myself: how does someone in this situation get to a point where they can do the preps they really want? Well, here is what I came up with. First, they need to do what little they can to prep. Second, they need to analyze their sellable skill-sets. What is there that they can do that could be used to make some extra cash(In my case, it's DIY crafts)? Third, they need to figure out how to get the business off of the ground. And finally, they need to go out and do it. Eventually, they will make the extra money to be able to get things done. The beginning may be a bit rough, but if they continue working on it, they will be able to do whatever they set their mind to.