How to Prepare for Most Emergencies on a $50 a Month Budget

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How to Prepare for Emergencies on a $50 a Month BudgetToday I am happy to announce the release of my new e-book, “How to Prepare for Most Emergencies on a $50 a Month Budget.”  It is available now on Amazon.

For Beginning Preppers

Since starting Apartment Prepper a couple of years ago, I’ve received numerous emails from readers who are interested in preparing for disasters but have very little by way of income.  Some have just lost their jobs or depend on public assistance, and have families to support.  The e-book is for people who just started to feel the need to prepare but don’t know what to do first.

You do not need to own a Kindle to be able to read the book.  If you download the free Kindle app, you can read it on your computer.  The e-book is $2.99 on Amazon.  I hope you will find some helpful tips.

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  1. It looks like a great book. It is definitely hard to know where to start. There are so many things a prepper needs, but so many things can be expensive. Its great to just add it right into your budget.

    1. Beat the End, I hope the book is helpful. It is definitely for beginners, and is more a spring board to get started. Thanks for the comment.

  2. I just bought it and can’t wait to read it. Just by scanning the contents, I see new ideas that I haven’t seen before like the Texting Tree. Congrats and good luck!

  3. looking forward to getting this book. ive really slacked off in recent months and i think this book will get me on the right track again.

  4. GREAT ebook..bought it…read it!!
    Lots of info for beginners and others who want to be reminded of basic simple and frugal prepping

    COST:$2.99……..can’t beat that…..get started NOW!!

  5. Congratulations!

    All too often folks in teh prepping realm go on and on about gear – usually overly-expensive gear (AR-15’s, Berkey water filters, fancy freeze-dried foods, you-name-it).

    Thing is, you can prepare very nicely on little-to-no money; you just have to use your head when you do it 🙂

    1. Hi OQ, I admit that gear is the exciting part of prepping, focusing on on the basics first saves money and possibly a few regrets later. Thanks for the comment!

  6. Thank you so much for writing this book! While I have been acquiring prep materials for more than a year, your book made me stop and think about the what, how, and why prepping materials I needed. So in the future, prepping purchases will be based on a logical plan, not just emotional reaction. Your book is the best investment I’ve made in a long time ….

    1. Hi Sharon, I am glad you like the book. Prepping does get emotions involved, so it’s best to take a small step back and reassess every now and then. You may find you have made a lot of progress in the past year, after you take stock of what you have. I appreciate the comment!

  7. Kudos on your book designed to help those on a fixed income get their emergency preparedness supplies in order! Have any of you thought about looking at disaster survival kits already put together. Check out . I think you’ll find one you can buy for under the above mentioned $50. There is a nice disaster kit for $60.99 , a one time fee. You can always add more over time if see things you’ll need. But this way you got a very nice start with a pre-made one.

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