Gardener's First Aid kit "The garden is just a slightly tamed wilderness with hazards all its own: It harbors insects that bite, thorns that scratch, and other potential nuisances that may require simple first aid. This basic kit includes alcohol for cleaning wounds, first-aid ointment, cotton balls, bandages, tweezers for thorns and splinters, insect repellent with sunscreen, and, finally, hand salve to sooth and soften your dry skin at the end of the day." #MarthaStewart
Essential tools for disaster recovery - Survival Mom
How to Build a Rain Barrel, Plus Care and Maintenance
How to Clean, Prepare and Fill a Water Barrel Now that you have purchased your 30-gallon water barrels, do you know how to store water so that it will be clean and safe to drink? Do you just stick the hose into the barrel and fill? No, not a good idea. Here's a step-by-step method to prepare them that will ensure clean, potable water when and if you need it in an emergency. 500 gallon water tank
How to Store Water
Emergency Preparedness for Couples... with limited storage and money! (includes ideas for 72 Hour Kit and 2 Week Supply, and free printables) I didn't use her printables, but some of her ideas for food are good. Our bags are mostly done, I just want to add a steno burner or two. I decided to make two bags, to split the weight up between us and give more room for water, food, etc.
Survival Kit: Important Documents