Grab and Go Binder contains: birth certificates, passports, marriage license, baptism/confirmation records, ss cards, school records and diplomas. Vaccination records (if you do those). Vehicle ownership, cc statement, insurance policy #. Checking saving statement, retirement statement, lease. Important phone numbers and address.
The Survivors Bug Out Bag List If you’re reading this article, chances are you’re familiar with the term bug out bag. You probably even have one of your own. Maybe you got some ideas for its contents from one of the plethora of lists already available on the Inter-web. But hopefully you didn’t follow it to a tee, because there is no such thing as a perfect, universal bug-out-bag.
Are you prepared for a real disaster? Here's a plan. For your survival kit, use a portable container such as a large, covered trash receptacle. If you store your liquids at the bottom of your container, you’ll reduce the chance of damage from leaking plastic bottles. Put food, first aid kit & clothes on top. Easy to grab & go if needed.
72 Hour Survival Kits: The Reason Why You Would NOT Eat Just Anything, Even In An Emergency Like any good mom, I have a 72 Hour Survival Kit for each member of my family, which I typically update every Spring with fresh food. Last spring I felt I was “too busy” and skimped on this, only …
"If I Had To, I Would Eat It..." - Prepared Housewives