Doomsday 2012 Didn't Happen, But Doomsday Preppers Offer 5 Tips for Saving Money in Interview
As the hype over Doomsday 2012 subsides, leading personal finance site GoBankingRates.com investigates whether there are any lessons to be learned from the doomsday preppers who gained notoriety in the weeks leading up to 12/21/12.
In an interview with Bernie Carr, author of The Prepper’s Pocket Guide and Julie Languille, author of Prepper’s Pantry and Meals in a Jar (due out February 2013), Go Banking Rates identified the best ways to save money from a prepper's perspective.
“Preppers are, by nature, planners,” Languille told Go Banking Rates. This allows them to save money year round. They know when things are in season and when they are going on sale. This allows them to purchase just about everything they need at the maximum possible discount. “With great planning, you can purchase food and other items in-season and on sale at great personal savings,” she said.
Even with Doomsday 2012 behind us, the planning and saving habits of doomsday preppers are beneficial skills for all to have. Though the world may not be coming to an end any time soon, it doesn't hurt to pretend like it is when it comes to saving money.
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