How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit ~ It doesn’t matter where you live, you are susceptible to an earthquake, hurricane, snow storm, power outage, flood, etc. and any of these things could leave you and your family stranded at home for a few days without power or electricity.

How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit ~ It doesn’t matter where you live, you are susceptible to an earthquake, hurricane, snow storm, power outage, flood, etc. and any of these things could leave you and your family stranded at home for a few days without power or electricity.

21 DIY Emergency Preparedness Hacks No. 10 Store matches in a mason jar with a strikable lid. No. 11. Make an electricity-free refrigerator. No. 12. Keep flashlights in smart places.

21 DIY Emergency Preparedness Hacks No. 10 Store matches in a mason jar with a strikable lid. No. 11. Make an electricity-free refrigerator. No. 12. Keep flashlights in smart places.

Create an infant 72 hour kit. Newborns will have some special needs that you should be prepared for.Add it to your family 72 hour kit at the beginning of the first trimester.

Infant 72 Hour Kit

Create an infant 72 hour kit. Newborns will have some special needs that you should be prepared for.Add it to your family 72 hour kit at the beginning of the first trimester.

DIY. Emergency clutch -- I have a little pouch I use that has all my essentials. That way when I switch between purses, bags or even diaper bags... I can just grab the little pouch and I'm ready to go. I also have a small pocket mirror and extra contacts. These are awesome if you have a desk job or are a cashier. :)

DIY. Emergency clutch -- I have a little pouch I use that has all my essentials. That way when I switch between purses, bags or even diaper bags... I can just grab the little pouch and I'm ready to go. I also have a small pocket mirror and extra contacts. These are awesome if you have a desk job or are a cashier. :)

52 Weeks of Food Storage - What to buy each week so that at the end of the year you have a year's supply of emergency food.

Food Storage for "Dummies" (who are SMART enough read this

52 Weeks of Food Storage - What to buy each week so that at the end of the year you have a year's supply of emergency food.

"Keep a kit at your workplace stocked with comfortable shoes (if you won't be able to walk a distance in your usual ones), snacks, water, and a flashlight; know your company's emergency procedures."

Emergency Survival Kit

"Keep a kit at your workplace stocked with comfortable shoes (if you won't be able to walk a distance in your usual ones), snacks, water, and a flashlight; know your company's emergency procedures."

7 manual kitchen tools for emergencies

7 Manual Kitchen Tools I Am Glad I Have For Emergencies


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It is important to have your emergency contact information with you in case of an emergency. Download and cut out the  card and keep it with you in your backpack. http://www.cdc.gov/phpr/readywrigley/documents/backpack_emergency_card.pdf

It is important to have your emergency contact information with you in case of an emergency. Download and cut out the card and keep it with you in your backpack. http://www.cdc.gov/phpr/readywrigley/documents/backpack_emergency_card.pdf

9 Essentials for Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

9 Essentials for Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

Down To Earth Emergency Kit - You don’t need squirrel traps and a solar generator to take care of your family in a storm. You might, however, want Monopoly. Here’s a down-to-earth list of essentials.

Survival First-Aid Kit and Meds

9 Essentials for Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

"Cash You can’t rely on credit cards or ATMs when the power is out. Have at least $50 on hand for urgent purchases."

"Cash You can’t rely on credit cards or ATMs when the power is out. Have at least $50 on hand for urgent purchases."

You don’t need squirrel traps and a solar generator to take care of your family in a storm. You might, however, want Monopoly. Here’s a down-to-earth list of essentials.

9 Essentials for Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

You don’t need squirrel traps and a solar generator to take care of your family in a storm. You might, however, want Monopoly. Here’s a down-to-earth list of essentials.

Survival Flashlights

9 Essentials for Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

Water Keep at least a gallon per person per day. As an alternative to bottled, which spoils after a year or so, fill large jugs at the tap before the storm.

9 Essentials for Your Emergency Preparedness Kit

Water Keep at least a gallon per person per day. As an alternative to bottled, which spoils after a year or so, fill large jugs at the tap before the storm.

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