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DIY Car Emergency Preparedness Kit  List - be ready for anything from a spontaneous decision to spend the night at a friends, head to the beach or an unexpected emergency like having the car break down with kids in the car or getting stung by a bee

DIY Car Emergency Preparedness Kit List - be ready for anything from a spontaneous decision to spend the night at a friends, head to the beach or an unexpected emergency like having the car break down with kids in the car or getting stung by a bee

Are You Prepared for an Emergency?  Don't feel bad if the answer's no -- most Americans aren't. But the process isn't as daunting as you might think. A pediatrician mom walks you through it.

Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster?

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? Don't feel bad if the answer's no -- most Americans aren't. But the process isn't as daunting as you might think. A pediatrician mom walks you through it.

72 hour kit for emergency preparedness. Good ideas... Not necessarily for emergencies even, this is great for being a commuter student and living out of my car for most of the day!

72 hour kit for emergency preparedness. Good ideas... Not necessarily for emergencies even, this is great for being a commuter student and living out of my car for most of the day!

Emergency kits --- Car: blanket, shoes, socks, flashlight, flare + water. --- Pet: towel, food, water + food dish --- Home: duffel bag for travel, shoes, non-perishable food/water for 3 days, radio and batteries, flashlight and batteries, first aid kit, sanitary wipes, toilet paper, towels, matches in container, candles, whistle, flare, all-weather clothes, cooking/kitchen stuff (can opener!), cash, coins, prescriptions, sleeping bags + glasses, contacts + contact solution.

Emergency kits --- Car: blanket, shoes, socks, flashlight, flare + water. --- Pet: towel, food, water + food dish --- Home: duffel bag for travel, shoes, non-perishable food/water for 3 days, radio and batteries, flashlight and batteries, first aid kit, sanitary wipes, toilet paper, towels, matches in container, candles, whistle, flare, all-weather clothes, cooking/kitchen stuff (can opener!), cash, coins, prescriptions, sleeping bags + glasses, contacts + contact solution.

I really like her suggestion of using a fishing vest for a child's kid (or at least partial kit) rather than a backpack.

Starting Your 72-hour Kits + How to Store Them

I really like her suggestion of using a fishing vest for a child's kid (or at least partial kit) rather than a backpack.

"72 hour kits. This shows 3 days of food for two people."  (I like how they're labeled so he doesn't sneak any of her food.)

"72 hour kits. This shows 3 days of food for two people." (I like how they're labeled so he doesn't sneak any of her food.)

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