“Families that prepare together, stay safe together! And let’s face it, they stay a little more sane together too! You’re like, “I know!” I know!” – Emergency Elle
Items to add:
1 bottle of water
1 food item
You’re like, “Aaack! I want to have my 72-hour kit BUT I can’t do it all at once!” I know! Emergency Elle here and I am going to guide you, step by step, week by week, so you can build your super powers – well, ya know, that beautiful 72-hour kit*! So, let’s get going ….
*Each person in your household should have a 72-hour kit. Some items on the list – you may need one for each member of your household (food, clothing, blankets, etc). Other items on your kit list – you may decide you only need one for your entire household (shovel, ax, radio, etc). It is important you determine your needs (size of household, your climate, etc) and add to your kit accordingly.