November 2, 2018 at 7:48 am #2799
WHO WANTS TO HANG OUT WITH ME EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT FOR A MONTH?
Hey, everyone 🙂
With tensions being so high in the world right now, a lot of folks are looking for direction. They want to get prepared but are not sure where to start.
So, I’ve opened up my Bloom Where You’re Planted course again. The cost of the course this weekend is $49.95. After the weekend the price goes up.
Lots of us live in places that aren’t “ideal” in the standard prepper world, but I promise you, no matter where you live, there are steps you can take to be better prepared.
You can go here to find the details. https://www.theorganicprepper.com/bloom-where-youre-planted/
November 2, 2018 at 2:18 pm #2857
My wife has always been on the prepping periphery. After almost 30 years of marriage she is much more accepting of my “whims” and my views about politics and the status quo is sinking in. The recent hurricane related power outage and my preparation has had a positive effect on her perceptions. I recently mentioned your experience at your old location with the three guys in an old car with no tags. That seemed to resonate more than anything that I have talked about in years.
I would love for both of us to attend your course. Do you have any pointers, other analogies, anecdotes, tips or links that I could share with her to help persuade her to join us on Sunday nights?
November 2, 2018 at 7:11 pm #2891
Hi, Atypical Sapien.
Some of the students of the last session were not “preppers” per se. They really appreciated that we talk about things that are more likely and kind of “normal” like earthquakes, power outages, hurricanes, etc. We don’t go into anything like EMPs or the Zombie Apocalypse. I think that makes folks who are new to the whole thing feel more comfortable and less out of place.
It’s extremely practical and budget-friendly, too. We discuss things like where to put all your supplies, how you can be more self-reliant in small spaces, and how you can best keep your family safe without a 3 room gun closet. 🙂 The webinars are very lively and interactive and people seem to have a great time getting together and discussing this stuff.
I hope this helps!
November 3, 2018 at 9:18 pm #2951
Yes, it does. Thanks!
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