Alternative methods of communication are easily overlooked since we rarely use them in our day-to-day lives. Cell phone networks have gotten so reliable that most people feel like their smartphone is all they’ll ever need. But if a widespread disaster strikes, cell phone towers could be jammed or stop working altogether.
If you still don’t think this is a cause for concern, consider the fact that you and your family probably spend at least 40 hours a week away from each other. I don’t know about you, but the chance of a major crisis happening during that time is a little too high for me.
That’s why we need other ways to communicate with each other. So today I want to share one of the best articles ever written on this subject. It’s by Graywolf Survival. Read it, bookmark it, share it, and stay in touch with your loved ones no matter what happens.