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This lady lived for 2 days on her water storage. Here's what she learned. Great advice!

One Month of Food by aMichiganMom

72 Hour survival kit items that should be in your house, this list comes directly from FEMA. Keep it in a cabinet in the garage.

How to live without electricity...just in case, print it out and keep with emergency supplies.

A quick, easy and CHEAP method to get started on a stockpile of groceries for your home. No clipping coupons required! Need to read this one!

Always, ALWAYS have some Epsom's Salt on hand. Get a lush lawn, rejuvenate your scalp, and remove your blackheads...all with the power of Epsom salt. Check out what else you can do!

A link to an article about the Great Depression on how to survive REALLY hard times.

Just because you're preparing for hurricane disasters doesn't mean you have to eat like a poor college student. These meals in jars have shelf lives of 5 to 7 years. This blog has instructions on how to make a large variety of meals that can be prepared with minimal effort and resources.

When a natural disaster or other emergency strikes, be prepared to have plenty of fresh drinking water on hand with the cool new waterBOB- Emergency Drinking Water Storage. Rather than temporarily filling up an open bathtub with water that could easily get contaminated or leak down the drain, just lay this innovative heavy duty food grade FDA approved plastic bladder out in any standard bathtub, attach the fill sock to the faucet and fill to capacity. In about 20 minutes you'll have 100 gallons.

  • Sara Register

    A light bulb just went off...WHY haven't I ever thought to fill my tub when I know that emergency weather is approaching?!?!

Crisco Candle for emergency situations. Simply put a piece of string in a tub of shortening, and it will burn for up to 45 days

How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit : This post is excellent on being emergency ready.

This is the easiest way to pull together 72 hour kits that I have ever seen. It would be super easy to do for a FHE.

Here's what the Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends keeping in a disaster supply kit:

One year food storage, she breaks it down to just basics then gives you a list of add to on and what you can make with it

Oh baby, DIY 50 hour emergency candles for $1.62. Oh man, I'm soo making these