During the Great Depression, people had to make the most of what they could get.
Times were lean. Jobs were hard to come by, and often, there wasn’t a lot of food in the pantry.
Even so, while the Great Depression is thought of as a time of hardship, it was also a time of innovation. More importantly, the way people made do with what was available is an important self-reliance skill for anyone in any day and age.
Tides can turn quickly. The U.S. economy could tank. The power grid could fail. Knowing how to make the most out a little is a skill that can make all the difference in how you come through such hardship.
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