It’s good basic info, especially if you’re a busy mom and haven’t yet purchased or put together a 3-day survival kit. For example, the women recommend shopping for food your family will eat. While at the grocery store, look for canned or other foods that won’t expire for 2-3 years.
They say to get the kit you want which will give you three days of supplies for everyone in your family, then augment it with other supplies you know you’ll need. They bought tools to augment a Red Cross kit. They advise learning how to shut off the gas to your home.
The ladies discuss keeping your kit and any money stashed set aside for emergencies only. Don’t steal from it. That goes for any cash you set aside with your survival supplies.
By the way, I suggest any woman who holds back $300 in cash had better tell her husband about it, and they need to mutually agree not to touch the money.
Of course, kit or not, it’s always a good idea to have an emergency fund of $500-$1,000 set aside for emergencies only.
One thing is quite evident from the video. Putting together a survival kit and making disaster plans doesn’t have to be done alone. Team up with a trusted friend and make it an enjoyable experience.
Watch the video below on doing a 3-Day Disaster Kit from a Mother’s perspective. Then start your adventure by checking out available kits and supplies from companies like Nitro-Pak, and The Ready Store. Click on their ads on the sidebar or in the Prep Mart. There’s no better time than right now to get the survival supplies your family needs.
Watsh this video on doing a 3-day kit from a mother’s perspective.