Emergency Kits

Now is a good time to make sure your emergency kit is current.  Many of you may check the food and water in your kit and update that, but make sure to check other things such as medications.  If you have clothes in the kit make sure they still fit whomever they are for.  If you have pets make sure you have food, leash, medication, etc.  My brother mentioned that he has a kit– but hasn’t updated it since his daughter was born.  Take a good inventory, make a list and make sure your kit has what you need in case of any emergency.  You may even want to consider mini-emergency kits for your car and desk.  

Here is a link that talks about what should be in an emergency kit:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survival_kit

My thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected

 by the tragedy in Japan.



Kits are a great way to buy and store items because they are usually compact and hold exactly what you need.  They are easy to take with you, clearly labeled and are pretty easy to see what is missing.  What kits could you use to make your life easier? 

  • first aid kit                                  
  • emergency car kit                      
  • earthquake kit
  • manicure/nail kit
  • tool kit
  • travel kit for kids in the car
  • gardening kit
  • shoe kit
  • Baby care kit
  • craft kit
  • repair kit
  • travel kit
  • sewing kit 

Consider making a kit for activities you do often.

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