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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Book Review: Proverbs 31 Prepper by Annette Reeder

Proverbs 31 Prepper: Nutrition is Key for Survival, Learn 4 Essential Steps to Feed Your Family Well During Difficult Times by [Reeder, Annette]

Proverbs 31 Prepper: Nutrition is Key for Survival, Learn 4 Essential Steps to Feed Your Family Well During Difficult Times


From Amazon:

Prepping is more than waiting for a disaster, it is having the mindset that no matter what happens I can feed my family well nourishing meals without confusion and chaos.

Learn from Biblical Nutritionist, Annette Reeder the 4 essential steps to feed your family well during difficult times and times of pleasure.

Proverbs 31 teaches us strong character traits, great wisdom, many skills and deep compassion. The Proverbs 31 Prepper brings those traits to our modern world. A world that is facing chaos and collapse on all fronts.

Even without the Armageddon scares being shouted through all the media channels today many people are facing difficulties in their everyday world. This may include an overstretched budget, a economic set back, a hurricane, a political upheaval, or just sickness. During difficult times the first area of our life most neglected is nutrition, but yet it is what will keep us strong mentally, emotionally and physically.

Be encouraged, you can:
*afford to feed your family well - everyday
* be ready for difficult times
* be confident you prepared your family well
* smile at the future


My thoughts:

The title of this book threw me off, Proverbs 31 Prepper.   Okay one word threw me off Prepper.  It makes me think of people who have a secret hideaway back in the woods, underground, or in a cave somewhere. They are ready for the end of the world.  

Then I realized to a point I was a prepper in a sense.  I've been making sure my pantry was stocked for years. After reading Proverbs 31 Prepper I realize I just haven't done enough. There were a couple of hints that I really picked up on in this book. My favorite chapter was on how to prep a bag for travel.  Ever see one of those backups that lasts for miles and hours? Annette Reeder will tell you just what to bring for each person young or old to help with boredom, hunger spells, etc. This chapter alone for me was enough to read this book.  

She also covers menus, pantry staples, gardening, canning, 
and emergency bags. This book will make you want to get off the couch and start getting your household ready!   

I have just one problem, I don't want to be one of those people who live in fear. I think the first part of this book was a little over the top in worries about what might happen. One minute she tells you to pray and the next minute she tells you what to be worried about. I think she could have gotten her message across without some of the anxiety she conveyed. There was also a little too much advertisement in the last part of the book for my taste.   


I bought this Kindle book when it was free on Amazon.  As of this morning 12/29/16 it's still free.  Be sure and check the price before you buy!  

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