I use to think having a 72 hour kit that included just food was the only emergency kit I needed. It wasn’t until I started preparing more (and stalking too many preparedness blogs :) that I realized there are emergency kits for EVERYTHING – even Fluffy the cat is supposed to have one!
The hardest part about putting together these kits are:
- Figuring out what to put in them!
- Putting them together!
- Keeping the kids from drinking all the juice boxes out of them!
I recently found out that Boltwell has solved each of these issues. For the past few hours I’ve been drooling over their amazing pre-made kits for everything – trying to figure out which ones I
want need ;)
Here are a few of their amazing emergency kits below, just a warning, you might start drooling too!
72-Hour Foundation Kit
Pet Kit (or for Fluffy)
Germie Warfare Kit
Tornado and Hurricane Kit
OTHER EMERGENCY KITS:
It doesn’t end there, they even have kits for the following…
- Grab & Go
The Kid Kit (ok, I added this one ;)
The only kit they forgot is the Kid Kit ;) I went ahead and helped them out and made one up for them!
Here is what I would put in it:
- I-Pad – Endless hours of free babysitting – perfect for emergencies!
- Solar Generator – So the I-pad battery would always stay charged.
- Duct Tape – Helps keep your kids where you left them ;)
- Cheetos – Kids love them – Ok, they’re actually for me!
- Glowsticks – To find kids at night!
What Emergency Kit Do You Need?
Everyone lives in different areas and faces different situations, so if you don’t have kids that enjoy starting fires in the backyard you might not need the fire kit. Or if you don’t own a “Fluffy the Cat” that likes to pee on beds, you might not need a Pet Kit. Anyways, figure out what emergency kits are most important and work on those first!
I really do like how Boltwell made it simple and made a kit for each natural disaster or scenario. It definitely takes the guess-work out of figuring out what you need.
You can always make emergency kits yourself, but if it’s been on your to-do list for over 5 years, you might just want to have them do it for you ;)
Anyways, I’m off to re-do my emergency kits, or maybe go find my hubbies credit card!