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.
Make a quick and easy emergency first aid kit for your purse when you are on the go. Filled with the most important medicines you and your family will need, it's easy to turn a pill box into Moms Emergency Box.
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
List of Important Documents to Have In Case of Emergency-Remember: Prepping requires redundancy so it wouldn't be a bad idea to copy and have this information in two or three different places in various formats (flash drive, paper, etc.)
This is what my kit looks like. It is recommended you have supplies stored in air-tight tubs or on shelves in your garage or basement. Mine are stored in a cabinet in our garage. It holds all of our essentials and it is easy access to the kitchen if I need to replace or store extra items. I also keep a duffel bag on top just in case I need to leave my house during an emergency.