The rising prices are going to have an effect on the disposable income of most Americans in the coming months. As prices keep going up, many have noticed and are starting to realize the massive fiat money creation was likely a big mistake.

Grocery stores and restaurants have already said it’s been difficult to maintain pricing at normal levels. Others have said doubling the price of food has been the only option in order to even stay in business.

Restaurants have announced pricing increases to make up for the rising costs, and all price increases will be passed onto the end user (for food, that’s the person who eats it.)

Should this continue, wealth will be wiped out and put into necessities. It will go to those at the top who have already set this system up. This all looks like it could be a massive set up and we need to worry less about how high prices will get and more about what we can do about it and how to prepare for it.

The first suggestion is to save a little money, whatever you can, right now. Put it aside just in case. For now, grocery stores still accept cash. If prices get above your budget, you will have a little to help you get though.

If things get more hectic at the stores, you will want to avoid them at all costs. So, the second suggestion is to make sure you have a few months of food stored and on hand. Take the time to buy some seeds (organic heirloom are the best) and learn to grow your own food. Research how to save and store that food as well, because if the price increases go into winter and you live in a zone that does not support food growing between November and February, you will be glad you knew how to save and safely store that food you grew.

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    Consider learning to fast and live on less. If you can cut what you need to survive, you may be able to be comfortable and not lose everything during the inflation that is continuing to spiral out of control. Most people have no idea that they could probably live on less food that they are currently consuming. Americans are known for their gluttony worldwide, and now is the time to really learn how much your body actually needs.

    You could also grab some gold and silver or cryptocurrency if you still have disposable income. Gold and silver can be used to barter and trade and as long as the power grid holds up, some may take crypto in exchange for items that you might need.

    The last suggestion is to just be a good person. Please help those you can and be the person you want others to be. Do not take others for granted and be a moral person no matter what comes. It is not worth hurting others to get what you want or even what you need.

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