Prepping Presents for Non-Preppers

We all have people we know that don’t prep, won’t prep, haven’t heard of prepping  or you just can’t bring it up.

No worries, here’s some sneaky gifts to prepare them without their knowing.

-flashlights (children especially like these)

-preassembled emergency kits, because you care!

-meals in jars, this is a cheap easy way to make sure they have some food in the house, look for recipes on google (try mixes, soups etc)

-knives or weapons for the manly men out there

-candles… so easy! most women love them and you can decorate a box of matches to go with it!

-books books books!! try food preservation for those who love cooking, homesteading for the gardeners, manuals for crafty people

-gift cards for stores such as bass pro or cabelas

-jars of jams and jellies, be sure to include the recipe so they can make some too!

you can even get them board games, card etc to help with boredom if they were to encounter an emergency.

This obviously is just a short list, but hopefully it will give you some ideas to secretly help your loved ones be a little more prepared.

 

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Posted on December 7, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. One of our Christmas activities is taking all the out of town relatives shooting. I start by introducing the new person to shooting the first year, introducing them to different weapons the second year and they usually show up the third year asking for advice on what firearm to buy. It’s not so much a present but it’s certainly a gift and a wonderful tradition.

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