With all the post-apocalyptic movies coming out, chances are, you’ve thought about the end of the world at some point. Whether it comes about via zombies, plague or nuclear war, could you survive the End?
The end of the world may wipe out some national currencies, but it may not necessarily wipe out your debt. With the tips here, you'll be set, not only to make it through an Apocalypse, but anything else that might come your way!
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Keeping cash on hand won’t matter if no one will accept it, so what should you know about currency in times of major upheaval?
What will be most useful when the world ends? Skills are always a better choice than goods, since you’ll eventually run out of things like chocolate and cigarettes.
Your home is your fortress, so this is probably where you’ll hole up if things get bad, be it due to zombies or an alien invasion. You should have at least three days worth of food and water on hand in case of a smaller emergency, but if you want to be prepared for the long haul, keep adding to your stockpile to ensure you have enough.
Your home won’t be safe in many situations. A zombie infestation means relocating to the roof or trying to barricade all those windows you thought were a good idea and no one will make it in a nuclear fallout! Your best option? A fallout shelter.
Your vehicle will be your primary means of transport if you evacuate, so it can be helpful to have everything you need for the family for 72 hours in the car. This can also be useful if you are caught in an apocalypse situation while away from home. Keep your car topped up with gas, as well, so you can leave in a hurry, without worrying about line ups in gas stations.
Include basics from the lists above, including water, clothing and food.
No one really wants to suffer a disaster, much less the end of the world, but at least this way, you’ll be prepared!
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