Homesteading, Organic Gardening, How to Farm, Preparedness, Self-Reliance
I drove a rural route on a public school bus for 7 years, and then worked in the school cafeteria. Both part time jobs with little pay, both had full benefits for a family of 7. My advice would be to go for the cafeteria job straight away.....I still grind my teeth at night and have school bus nightmares!
My other suggestion would be to check into high deductable insurance....what we call catastophe insurance. With a $10,000 deductable your rates are much less.
And the third option....move to a country with socialized medicine and become a resident. We lived in Costa Rica for several years and had good care. My daughter had a baby there in a modern hospital with an American doctor.....$300.00. He said that he was tired of trying to practise medicine in a country where law suits were so prevalent that health care costs had become unaffordable.
i quit my factory job to join my hubby on our family dairy! i found health, dental, and vision ins cheaper and better than what i was paying at the factory!!! deductible is higher but in the long run ends up being better ins. even have prescription benefits after u meet deductible! i would ck around and see what u can find locally and go from there! also ck where u hv auto ins usually they carry health ins too