Building a Winter Emergency Survival Kit - Little House Living

How to live without electricity...just in case, print it out and keep with emergency supplies.

Winter Emergency Car Kit

So quick & easy making your own 50 Hour Soy Survival Candles. They cost under $2.00 each too. Toss in a box of matches inside before you close it up so you will always be prepared! #survival

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.

Emergency preparedness lanterns.

Build Your Own 5 Gallon Bucket Emergency Kit. Everyone should have one of these emergency buckets packed and ready to go. If you only ever do one thing for emergency preparedness, put together one of these kits.

Why adding Alum to your stockpile is important. I've used powdered alum for years as a blood stop. It's in my emergency kit as well as my home medicine cabinet.

Top 100 Items to Disappear First During a National Emergency

List of items - buy one each week for 52 weeks to be prepared!

how to heat a room using only a candle!

Survival Mom: "By following the Survival Food Pyramid and spending just a few dollars a week on preps you will be surprised how quickly your stockpile will grow. Here is an entire list of food and gear you can get for just 5 dollars."

Home Defense Emergency Survival Kit | Urban Survival Network

How to Make Firebricks and Wood Stove Logs for Free! | Survival Sherpa

#DIY #tutorial Homemade Water Filter and Water Purifier For Home and Emergency Use #preppers #survival #homestead #shtf

60 Emergency Supplies You Can Buy for a Buck | Backdoor Survival

25 Survival Uses For Duct Tape | Premium Survival Gear, Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Kits

How to Make a Bug Out Bag: Your 72-Hour Emergency Evacuation Survival Kit

Best Way to Stop Bleeding | Modern Self Protection

F.R.E.E. Survival Kit. Those letters stands for “From Recyclable Everyday Expendables.” That’s right, it’s a Do-It-Yourself (DYI) Survival Kit. Or another name that I like to call it is “The Do-It-Yourself, Cheapskate, Low-Income, Poor Man’s Survival Kit.”

The 10 C's of SURVIVAL -- Ten things starting with "C" that every basic survival kit should have.