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How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

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. How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

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.

The 5 Gallon Emergency Bucket ... and most of the things in it can be gotten at the Dollar store. #themoreyouknow

Best Emergency Notebook I've seen with printables so you can make your own for your family! The military teaches you how to do this. It's called "my life in a box" for emergencies.

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{ Mormon Share } 72-hour kit list - VERY GOOD LIST

Emergency kit information

done by a mom who got tired of never having what she needed. She even tells you what's in each compartment and why.

Emergency meal kits to keep on hand - no cooking/electricity required. Lots of 'Linky List' ideas for meals were submitted to this post.

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Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster?

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? Lists i can't get enough of....

OMGosh! This site has wonderful tips on how to better yourself, one step at a time, how to make more time with your kids, have more fun, better time management, and good morals too. Great for you moms that feel like the cleaning and cooking and everyday day life seems to be taking over. This is a very good read filled with great ideas, I strongly encourage moms to read up on this.

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Car Emergency Kit

Car emergency kit! Also keep things we tend to forget at home, aka sunscreen. Also a towel for clean ups in the car

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Car Hacks, Tricks and Tips for Families

Car Hacks-Create a kit for all the little things that you might need – ideas of things to add include antacids, nail clippers, extra cash, band-aids, Advil, etc. Organized Junkie has a terrific tutorial on how to customize your emergency kit. You can also purchase pre-packaged first aid kits that can help in the time of need.