You’ve talked until you were blue in the face, urging family and friends to put aside food and supplies “just in case.” You put up with the snide comments, the blank stares, the outright ridicule.
Then, the disaster you always feared comes to pass.
For at least the forseeable future, you are going to have rely on what you have stockpiled. No more trips to Sam’s Club or Home Depot. You are on your own.
What do you do when those friends and family members show up at your door, looking for help? Do you turn them away? Invite them in? Put them to work to earn their keep? Do you have enough “stuff” set aside to even make helping them a possibility?
This is something you should figure out now, rather than having to make the decision “on the fly.”