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Build Your 72 Hour Kid in 52 Weeks. Emergency Survival 72 Hour Kits. Teenage Caloric Requirements - Child Development and Parenting: Adolescence. Angela Oswalt, MSW, edited by C. E. Zupanick, Psy.D. It can be extremely difficult for teens to sort through conflicting messages about food and eating, and to resist the unhealthy food temptations that bombard Americans on a daily basis.

Portions served at restaurants have ballooned, as have the size, number, and quantity of pre-packaged foods. Hundreds of sugary, caffeinated, and colorful drinks make ordinary water seem bland. As well, processed, unhealthy foods with little nutritional value and dangerously high levels of sodium and unhealthy fats are much more affordable and more convenient to prepare than fresh produce, whole grains, lean meats, and other "whole" foods. Furthermore, because families' schedules are so busy and rushed, they often do not have a lot of time to cook or to prepare healthful meals and instead turn to fast food or other prepackaged heat-and-eat options. Evacuating your home 101 - Start here - I Get Ready. IPlease note: This is a multi-part series, but I promise that it is completely worth it. Something is coming or has just happened. It might be a natural disaster like an earthquake, volcano eruption, flood or a raging wild-fire, or maybe extreme weather is headed your way like a tornado or hurricane.

It could even be an industrial or transportation accident like a toxic cloud from a semi truck or train that is carrying chemicals that has crashed or derailed a mile away. These things happen all the time, but are we ready for it? To keep our families safe and sane it’s important to have a plan for when we MUST leave your home and don’t know how long we’ll be gone. We might have an hour, or 10 minutes, or maybe even less. It will probably be one of 2 things… More than likely, if we haven’t thought about ever needing to evacuate, we go into panic mode, our brain goes to mush and we run around grabbing things we think we might need.

Next up-the challenges to an effective evacuation plan. 12 essential survival items under $12. Return to top of page Copyright 2014, All Rights Reserved. All content on this site is subject to copyright law and cannot be reproduced in part or in its entirety without express permission from the original author. In almost all cases, this will be me, Graywolf. Contact me at graywolfsurvival@gmail.com for permission. . , or endless.com, MYHABIT.com, SmallParts.com, or AmazonWireless.com). Dollar Store Preps - Packing Your Bug-Out Bag for Cheap! Bugging in vs bugging out. 9 ultralight backpacking tents for hiking or your bug out bag. Return to top of page Copyright 2014, All Rights Reserved. All content on this site is subject to copyright law and cannot be reproduced in part or in its entirety without express permission from the original author. In almost all cases, this will be me, Graywolf.

Contact me at graywolfsurvival@gmail.com for permission. If you would like to include a short snapshot of my article (the preview paragraph) by way of RSS feed with a link to the rest of the article, please feel free to do so, and I thank you if you do. . , or endless.com, MYHABIT.com, SmallParts.com, or AmazonWireless.com). How much should your bug out bag weigh? Return to top of page Copyright 2014, All Rights Reserved. All content on this site is subject to copyright law and cannot be reproduced in part or in its entirety without express permission from the original author. In almost all cases, this will be me, Graywolf. Contact me at graywolfsurvival@gmail.com for permission. If you would like to include a short snapshot of my article (the preview paragraph) by way of RSS feed with a link to the rest of the article, please feel free to do so, and I thank you if you do. Disclosure: This is a professional review site that sometimes receives free merchandise from the companies whose products we review and recommend.

We are independently owned and the opinions expressed here are our own. . , or endless.com, MYHABIT.com, SmallParts.com, or AmazonWireless.com). 99 freakin' awesome ideas for your bug out bag. Return to top of page Copyright 2014, All Rights Reserved. All content on this site is subject to copyright law and cannot be reproduced in part or in its entirety without express permission from the original author. In almost all cases, this will be me, Graywolf. Contact me at graywolfsurvival@gmail.com for permission. If you would like to include a short snapshot of my article (the preview paragraph) by way of RSS feed with a link to the rest of the article, please feel free to do so, and I thank you if you do.

. , or endless.com, MYHABIT.com, SmallParts.com, or AmazonWireless.com). Name Tags For 72 Hour Kit Or Bug Out Bags | Food Storage Moms. Posted by Linda Loosli on 21 Feb 2014 / 0 Comment Name Tags For 72 Hour Kit Or Bug Out Bags Do you have Name Tags for your 72 Hour Kit Or Bug Out Bags? When I started teaching a few classes to neighbors and friends I wanted to emphasize why we need name tags for our 72 hour kits or bug out bags. I designed different sets. One set, you fill in your name and other information in case you are hurt or get separated from your bag. I laminated mine so they are somewhat waterproof. Free Download: 72 Hour Kit Emergency Tags (If your printer doesn’t do borderless printing, you will want to “scale to fit” in your printer dialog box)

What to Put In Your 72-hour Kit – Infographic! | Getting Your Life In Order. Here’s an infographic explaining what to put in your emergency 72-hour kit! If you would like to embed this infographic to your site, there is an embed code right underneath the image. I’ve included an easy to read transcript at the bottom as well. Embed me on your site! <a href=" title="72 hour kit"><img src=" width="100%" alt="72 hour kit"></a></p><p>By <a href=" Insurance</a> Floods, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Fires.

Being prepared for an emergency situation can save your life. Many people are prepared with food storage, but that won’t always cut it. Here’s a list of what you should include in your 72-hour kit: Food. Water. Clothes. Bedding. Personal Documents. Money. Flashlight. Medication. Cups, plates, lighter, candles, utensils, can opener, and a portable radio. Building a Get Home Bag & Why It's Important | The Busy B Homemaker. Building a Get Home Bag & Why It’s Important As you may have read in other posts, my husband started a new job a few months ago, which is what brought us to the great state of Oklahoma.

Singing: “Oooooklahoma where the wind comes sweeping down the plain….” I digress. When he started this new job, he worked at an office only 4 miles from home. (He loves that it takes less than 10 minutes to get to work in the morning!) What is a Get Home Bag? Well, a Get Home Bag is essentially a kit of supplies that is kept at your place of employment or in your car to help you get home in the event of a disaster (natural or otherwise) happening that renders normal transportation impossible. Until this point, we didn’t think a “Get Home Bag” was necessary. So Many Bags! Another reason we didn’t think the Get Home Bag was necessary, is because of all the other types of bags and kits we already have! Hubs is really bad about carrying his EDC. The “Get Home Bag” Wins! What’s In His Bag? KeysWalletCell phone.