The PRIMAL Glue That Creates The Family Bonds

Would you believe I found the glue that creates the family bonds? It’s true!

What’s your favorite memory of your grandparents?

I love to ask baby boomers that question, and here are just a few of the answers they’ve given me:

“Collecting eggs in the henhouse with grandma.”

“Working in the garden with granddad.”

“Gathering apples from Old Aunt Julia’s tree and making applesauce together.”

I started noticing a theme in the answers I was getting—I’m sure you see it, too.

… They’re all about food!

If you’re like me, you can completely relate. Everything of importance in our lives centers around food—from holidays to connection to focused conversation.

In fact, gathering, growing, and preparing food together is a primal glue that has bonded family groups since the first humans walked this earth.

In my next video chapter of Grow: All True Wealth Comes From the Ground, I show you how to tap into the power of this ancient human activity to strengthen your family and vastly improve your true wealth.

(Video Length: 20.21 minutes)

In this video, I discuss:

  • Reluctant Spouse Or Kids? 7 Ways To Entice Them Toward Food Production!
  • The Gardener’s “Gateway Drug” 😉
  • 3 Tips For Bulletproofing Your Family’s First Garden

Then, I’d love to know:

What are your favorite food-related childhood memories?

How do you get your family involved in gardening?

Put your answers in the comments below. I can’t wait to hear from you!


Did you miss the last chapter of Grow: All True Wealth Comes From the Ground? Click here to watch the last video chapter.

P.S. If you’d like to check out the eBook I mentioned in the video, Simple and Effective Watering Systems for Small Livestock, click here!


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