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29 Great Reasons to Have Coffee Filters in Your Survival Kit--some practical everyday uses, too
kid car kit (small trash bag, scented diaper bags, sunscreen, hand sanitizer, feminine products, toilet paper, Tylenol/Motrin (adult & child), band aids, neosporin, comb, cough drops, chapstick, pacifiers, wipes/diapers, deodorant, sippy cups, wet wipes, lint brush, sharpie, car freshener, snacks for each child) - good list for the mom-mobile!
bins to keep in the car--be prepared!
Simplistically Sassy: 72 Hour Kits for Families Part 1
≈DIY Canned Food Storage Tutorial - flush with the wall, customizable for can size, rotates cans, and takes very little space. I've seen a lot of these, and I think THIS ONE has to be the best design. Takes a little work (but they all do!) and this one is really a fairly simple design with very basic materials and tools needed.
Canned food storage flush with the wall - takes very little space.
72 hour kit for emergency preparedness. Good ideas.
7 core areas of preparedness: food, water, heat, lights, sanitation, medical, safety
She simplifies it, step by step Emergency preparedness kit
Kathy Dahl-Bredine developed the Windshield Shade Solar Cooker while experimenting with various designs of cookers to introduce in the indigenous communities where Kathy lives and works in southern Mexico. She hit upon an utterly simple way to make an instant portable solar oven by taking an automobile windshield shade and turning it into a solar funnel. Think of the green implications! And it would be great for camping and hiking trips. Can boil water or cook meat to 200 F. Sweet!
Windshield Shade Solar Funnel Cooker - heats up to 350F - can cook without charcoal or firewood, can purify water. 3.00 USD
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.
Must read: I like her method! I HATE couponing. 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!