Emergency Preparedness

Steps of Emergency Preparedness

1. Emergency Binder– A binder (physical, or electronic) which holds all of your important information including personal, finances, medical, property and posessions.  

2. 72 Hour Kit– A 3 day supply of food AND water in an easy to access package (backpack, container) to help aid in your survival.

3. 1 Week Water Supply- Recommened to store AT LEAST 1 gallon of water, per person, a day.  

4. Emergency Fund (Rainy Day Fund)- A 3 month supply of money (cash or in account where it’s easily accessible).  This needs to be enough money to cover all of your living expenses for 3 months.  

5. Food Storage– A long term supply of food, basied off what your family typically eats.  Start with 1 month, and work up.  Be sure to add water to your storage as well.

Find some Current Blog Posts on the topic below.

Emergency Binder

72 Hour Kit

Emergency Fund

Why do I need a Car Kit?

How many times have you been stuck in traffic or had a flat tire?  Not many, well there are still plenty of other reasons you may want an emergency car kit.  Read below for 11 reasons why you need one. Download your Emergency Car Kit Printable. This post contains...

72 Hour Kit Mistakes

Building a 72 hour kit can be confusing.   Everyone has a different opinion, and there are so, so many lists out there!  I get it, I was in your spot a few years ago.  I've complied a list of the top 72 hour kit mistakes people make from the experts. Sign up and...

The Best Food for Your 72 Hour Kit

Which food is the best food for your 72 hour kit? This is a very common question.  Especially, now that you've decided to build your 72-hour kit, it's time to decide WHICH food is best for you. I've chatted with some other experts in the field, and had them give me...

What is an Emergency Fund?

  This post may contain affiliate links.  Read my affiliate link disclosure here What is an emergency fund and why do I need it?  If you are just starting to research how to fix your fiances, or budgeting then an "Emergency Fund" might be a new term for you.   This...

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