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01/15/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield
Where do you begin with emergency preparation? Well, if you’re new to preparedness and survival, you start off with a three-day or 72-hour survival kit. As you can glean from the name, it’s a survival kit that’s supposed to get you through three days of an emergency. Anything can happen in 24 hours, much less 72, so it definitely pays to be prepared. Here’s what you need to make a basic 72-hour survival kit:
Don’t forget to update your three-day survival kit every six months or so. Water and medication won’t keep for too long, some batteries need to be charged, and your clothing may not fit you after some time. So, make it a point to update your kit for your own sake.
Another thing to keep in mind is a checklist of the basics. Your three-day survival kit should be tailored to meet your specific needs. For instance, if you’re a parent, then you will definitely need to have baby items (e.g. baby formula, diapers, and pacifiers) as part of your kit. On the other hand, if you live with an elderly person, then their needs should be taken into consideration when planning the kit that could one day be crucial to your survival.
Go to Preparedness.news for even more tips and tricks on emergency preparedness and survival.
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