His and Hers 72 Hour Kits

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We are all advised to have a 72 hour kit in case of an emergency. Finally, I made a couple. In fact I made his and hers since women typically need different things than men. Here's the list of stuff I put in our bags. 

Her 72 Hour Kit

-5 Water Bottles (more if you can fit them in)
-Blanket
-First Aid Kit
-Knife
-Lighter
-Flashlight with Batteries
-Canned Food with Pop Up Lids
-Packaged Food (pop tarts, raisins, and of course chocolate)
-Plastic Utensils
-Toothbrush
-Small bags filled with travel size...
        Shampoo, Conditioner, Bar of Body Soap, Bar of Face Wash, Deodorant, Toothpaste, Lotion, Tissues, Hair Ties and Bobby Pins, Comb, Hand Sanitizer, Chap Stick, Floss
-Tampons and Pads
-Wet Wipes
-Socks
-Diapers for Baby

His 72 Hour Kit


-5 Water Bottles (more if you can fit them in)
-Blanket
-First Aid Kit- I made this one by hand. It had needle and thread, bandaids, over the counter painkillers, neosporin, ankle wrap, medical tape and tweezers, gauze.   
-Knife
-Lighter
-Flashlight with Batteries
-Canned Food with Pop Up Lids - More food for men since they don't need tampons, and diapers and such...
-Packaged Food (pop tarts, raisins)
-Plastic Utensils
-Toothbrush
-Small bags filled with travel size...
        Shampoo, Conditioner, Bar of Body Soap, Deodorant, Toothpaste, Tissues, Comb, Hand Sanitizer, Chap Stick, Floss
-Wet Wipes
-Socks


Stuff the Bags

I put the blankets against the back of the bag so when we wear them it's cushioned. Fill them up as you see fit. If you have any extra room, add more water and food, or a change of clothes. Be safe out there everyone, and let's hope we never need to use these.


-Steph

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