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I’m a Food Hoarder — Here’s My Story

Hoarding doesn’t always mean your whole home is cluttered

A smiling brown-haired woman shares a plate of cookies with two friends.
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I’m a food hoarder. I prefer more glamorous terms, like doomsday prepper and survivalist. But honestly, most of my SHTF survival tactics don’t stem from fears of an apocalyptic disaster. I’m just a straight-up hoarder when it comes to food.




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Missy Crystal

Missy Crystal

Working through my trauma one story at a time. Thanks for joining me on my journey.

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