Revolving credit is the most used and least understood lines of credit out there. Easy to get, easy to use, easy to abuse. Paying off your food stash and bunker is one thing, but while the world still operates, buying those things takes some amount of cash or credit. Lets talk about credit and why you want to keep some around, and if you have debt in revolving credit, in what order to pay them off. Keep in mind, revolving credit is usually considered expensive credit or high interest credit.
The venerable axe is arguably the most useful tool anyone can own. With proper care an axe head can last for multiple generations. You can routinely pick up axes for around $10 at flea markets, estate sales and the occasional yard sale, but we recommend the estate sales. While you are there look for a decent chainsaw if you don't already have one. In one instance we saw a $450 Husquavarna chainsaw go for $30.
Prepping is not just for a SHTF senario when the world comes burning down around our ears, like post Sandy/Katrina, or war reaching our shores. How about making life livable if you lose your job? How much are those bills you pay every month? What can you rapidly remove or reduce from your daily life to make your monthly deficits affordable on an unemployment check and/or with freelance income?