Build Family Bonds While Prepping With Your Family

If you’re like many preppers, there’s division or lack of unity within your own household. Your spouse or children don’t see the need to prepare. And it’s not easy getting around that.

One solution is to initiate activities you can do together which relate to preparedness. For example, how about having a camp out in your backyard? Or how about a scavenger hunt that calls for planning and direction finding? How about going on a nature hike to identify edible plants?

I’ve written a booklet called Prepping With Your Family. I’m excited to announce that it’s available for the Amazon Kindle. It contains several prepping activities you can do together with your family, and it’s the DestinySurvival Amazon Pick of the Week.

Here’s how you’ll see it described on Amazon.

“Prepping with Your Family sets forth activities which your family can do together to prepare for survival during natural disasters or extremely hard times. While you’re prepping, you’ll build and strengthen family bonds. Try one of these activities this weekend.”

One of the recommended activities in Prepping With Your Family is to go without electricity and gadgets for a day or weekend. It’s good preparation for the aftermath of a hurricane or ice storm.

Yes, I know it’s ironic that I mention that and then tell you this booklet is only available in a Kindle edition. Nonetheless, it’s my hope to nudge more families toward preparedness. If you know a family member or friend with a Kindle who could use such a nudge, why not tell them about this booklet?

To get your copy, click where you see the booklet’s title highlighted in this post, like this: Prepping With Your Family. You’ll be taken to the Amazon page where it’s featured. Add it to your cart to start the order process.

You may not be able to turn your family around overnight. But there’s no reason you can’t do things together and strengthen family bonds while prepping. Give it a try. They just might be won over by your enthusiasm.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.