To DO this summer: Family emergency binder (store passports, birth and marriage certificates, SS cards, health records, emergency contacts. Keep in safe place and easy access in case of fire or emergency evacuation. See template GREAT IDEA
Are you ready to learn how to wash clothes during an emergency? Remember the month of September is National Emergency Preparedness month. Today I am going to show you my new and improved portable emergency…
Laundry Pod - It uses less than 3 gallons of water and zero electricity. Simply place your clothes inside, fill with water and soap then spin the handle on the lid. Use between loads, for delicates, or for clothes that will bleed.
Easy to grab & go Disaster survival kit: use a portable container (ex. Store liquids at bottom of container ->reduce chances of damage from leaking plastic bottles. Put food, first aid kit & clothes on top.
For the bathrooms: Mason jar match holder. Cut out a piece of black sandpaper that is the same size as a mason jar lid. Glue the piece of sandpaper on the lid with hot glue. Fill mason jars with matches, close the lid and you are ready to go.