Exercise is always good. So is dry-fire. So is learning about communications and taking steps to increase what your capabilities are, like getting your Ham License. So is talking to your neighbors about disaster mitigation when local emergency services can’t respond; you never know, you might find a new NPT candidate.
Do some dry fire drilling, with both rifle and pistol. Work up until you’re wearing your LBE fully loaded when you’re dry firing (except for the mag change exercises, where you have nothing NOTHING but empty mags in your LBE, right??)
So is learning about canning.
So is getting your NPT interested in a TC3 class and sending us a note on scheduling and cost.
Land Nav is another. Review what you know, do some map work, get a class scheduled. Teach a new NPT member how to read grid coordinates. Discuss the importance of knowing your local declination.
Yes, most of us have jobs, and we have to go earn money. We have time before or after, so we have no excuse. We all need to do something. Every day. Minimally your PT. Build from there.