Do you have an emergency preparedness kit ready to go?
Earthquakes, hurricanes, snow storms, power outages and floods could leave you and your family stranded at home for a few days without power or electricity. How many of you have an extra supply of food, water, and emergency items in your homes? Preparing for a natural disaster can be overwhelming. It really doesn’t have to be though. I believe the first place to start would be putting together 72 Hour Kits and Emergency Supplies for your family. Today I have gathered together some simple ideas on how to get started.
Being prepared helps me to sleep a little better at night! What about you?
As always, please click on the link above the photos to be taken to the original sources and tutorials.
72 Hour Kits
72 Hour Kits for Kids from how does she
Emergency Evacuation Checklist from The Creek Line House
How to put together an Emergency Preparedness Kit in 8 Week from A Bowl Full of Lemons
5 Gallon Emergency Bucket from Prepper Chimp
72 Hour Grab and Go Kit from a virtuous woman
How to Make 72 Hour Kits for Families from Double the Batch
Office Emergency Kit from Preparedness Mama
Mini 72 Hour Kit from Preppers Survive
Infant 72 Hour Kit from Life Should Cost Less
Emergency Prepardness by the Paycheck from Mother’s Niche
Emergency Preparedness Fun Kit from A Bowl Full of Lemons
72 Hour Kits for Couples from Life Design
Personal Water Filter Life Straw from Amazon
Seychelle Water Filtration Bottle from Amazon
Emergency Flashlight from Amazon
Emergency Hand Crank Radio from Amazon
Emergency Drinking Water Storage from Amazon
Emergency Mylar Thermal Blanket from Amazon
Dehydrated Food from Amazon
Emergency Shelter Tent from Amazon
Backpacking Stove from Amazon
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