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WaterBrick storage in pantry. Great idea for emergency water storage. More portable than 55 gallon water barrels.

Water Containers by WaterBrick - What is a WaterBrick Container

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Emergency Prep ideas for free Video inventory, Family evacuation plan, Family emergency plan, Store water in juice bottles, Written list of phone numbers, Written recipes with shelf stable items, Brush up on first aid skills, Other skills, Plan for specific risks in area, Organize first aid supplies

Secure Flash Drive-What should you save on your Emergency Flash Drive Birth Certificate Social Security Card Drivers License Passport Gun Permits Bank Account Documents Insurance Information Marriage Certificates Medical Records Emergency Contacts Any Important Papers that would be hard to get if destroyed.

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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 Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

This Website is fantastic for someone like me who gets overwhelmed by the thought of food storage etc. It breaks down what you need to buy for food storage per month, 72 hr kit ideas and lots of other ideas!!!!

Preparing for a natural disaster- These meals in jars have shelf lives of 5 to 7 years. You can make a large variety of meals that can be prepared with minimal effort and resources using this jar meal method

Chef Tess Bakeresse: 52 jar method

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Simple way to build 3 month food storage: Make a list of 14 family favorite recipes, and buy everything for 6 of that meal at once. Can shop sales if you want for bigger savings, or buy in bulk at Costco or Sams.

all things simple: food storage made simple

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13 Survival Must-Haves You May Not Have Thought Of: Light sticks, Wool socks/sweaters, upholstery needles & thread, roll of quarters, pencils, super glue, rubber bands, tampons, paracord belt, H2O-proof watch, animal-repellant trash bags(?), safety pins, dental floss...

72 Hour Kits: Child Version sad to think about- but a smart thing to have, just in case. Link to an adult kit in post.