Something is better than nothing
Having “enough and to spare” is the economic definition of prosperity. This concept doesn’t simply mean we have change left in our pockets after we bought all we want. It includes the foresight to recognize and be prepared for future needs for self and others.
When you purchase items for immediate use, get one or two more for inventory against future needs. You are saving yourself another trip to the store, if nothing else. But, it’s a good habit to get in to . . . even for compulsive spenders. Most everyone spends all they make. Wouldn’t it be great, after all the spending is done, to see that you have tomorrows inventory on hand, instead of a bunch of stuff you wanted, but didn’t need.
It’s an attitude! Catch it.
For more information, call (your emergency preparedness specialist)
CATCH THE VISION, GET FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.