This detailed article shares how to create a 72 hour kit that has emergency preparedness supplies so a person can provide the basic survival necessitates.
Life is unpredictable. It is as simple as that. You never know when your circumstances might change or where you will be during a natural disaster.
I’m not trying to scare anyone here but I urge my readers to have a realistic grasp on life and the things that may happen. For instance, you get up in the middle of the night because you felt a slight tremor. You realize that there is an earthquake and you need to quickly get out of the house. You wake up your kids and your spouse and try to get out of the house as soon as possible. But what do you grab in those few minutes when you are getting out? You can’t possibly run around the house trying to find everything that you might need.
In situations like these one needs to keep a few things handy or to be more precise 72 hour emergency kit that you have in your reach for instances if such a situation might arise.
This article is all about what basic things and their quantity you might need in your to go bag. However, keep in mind that it may vary from person to person and family to family so keep an open mind.
I hope that after reading this article and other blogs on the website you will realize the importance on being prepared. For as they say, better safe than sorry!
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