WAP 176: HOW TO HAVE THE HARD CONVERSATION WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES THAT NO, IF SOMETHING BAD HAPPENS, YOU CANNOT COME TO MY HOUSE
Today on the Wasted Ammo Podcast we play off an article from Homesteaddreamer.com titled, No, You Can’t Come to My House – where the author lays out a very compelling conversation template you can follow when family, coworkers, or close friends say to you, “If something bad happens, I’ll just go to your house.” A lot of us will smirk and laugh it off but this is the opportunity to tell them your expectations if they were to come or if they are allowed to come to all. Eventually, we deviate from the article and go full apocalypse planning so enjoy!
JOIN US TODAY AS WE TALK ABOUT:
- Go Eagles!
- Eric is looking like Joel from The Last of Us – which is perfect for today’s show
- Zombie Zach is on the show but we are NOT talking Zombies!
- The No, you can’t come to my house conversation needs to happen
- Use this moment to start the conversation and help them understand they need to be prepared
- Set the expectations and make sure they know you are serious
- Store extra food for the family?
- Store their food for them?
- Give them preparedness related gifts?
- Make sure you and your spouse are on the same page of who is allowed in your house
- Winnie Soup?
- Store food for your pets
- Planning for worst case scenario? – Taking over the lake?
- What is fair when everyone is desperate?
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