Food and Water: The food and water in this kit will adequately provide you with the nutrition you need in survival and emergency situations. First Aid: These first aid items will assist with minor injuries and protect against serious health concerns in emergency situations.
Other: These items are useful for stress relief during strenuous or challenging circumstances. I just got an e-mail from one of the MFSP readers asking me to write an article about preparedness for seniors. So here’s the first thing you need to do: list all the health problems you have (or may develop under stress) and make sure you have treatments for every one of them! Over the past year, my friend Dave at PaleoHacks has been working on a secret cookbook with world-renowned Le Cordon Bleu chef Peter Servold.
Well, today this new incredible Paleo Cookbook is finally available to be shipped right to your door for FREE! That's right - as a special launch promotion, we're offering our brand new Paleo fat loss cookbook to you for free (Chef Pete lost 60 lbs using these recipes!) - All you have to do is just cover a small shipping cost (international shipping is a bit more). This is crucial, because even a minor health problem can sabotage your survival, so this is the first thing you need to handle. If your family lives far away or for any other reasons that they might not get in touch with you in case of disaster, a community plan is crucial.
If you have the right mindset, you can survive any calamity in the world, no matter how old you are. Our 4 person survival kit is the perfect all in one solution for your family's emergency preparedness needs. Our 2 Person disaster preparedness survival kit is the perfect all in one solution for couples or multiple individuals who have more needs.
Ever since I saw an example of these Altoids tins used for a survival kit, I have wanted to make some.  I just LOVE these!
I looked at a lot of YouTube videos showing all kinds of survival tins of what others had made.
I found these little mini glass jars at dollar tree filled with micro beads and decor for decorating painted nails and such. A single pack for a dollar had 8 of these tiny jars.

I found these micro glass containers at Dollar Tree – perfect small size for my kits! So I dumped out the contents  and cleaned them, then put in some water purification tablets. I bought some of the shorter size Bic lighters, and then wrapped them with about 2 and a half feet of 40 lb cord.
I used three matches to wrap about 2 yards of 10 lb fishing line to, securing it also with electrical tape. Next I put in my nails and safety pins on the sides, and the eyelets and small nails in the middle. The whistle goes on the top and the tiny jar of water purification tablets fits snug between the whistle and the duct tape.
Next, I use electrical tape to fasten my razor blade and needle to the underside of the lid. I was going to have us put these together as a family activity, but I was so excited one night that I stayed up and put them together myself. As you know already, the more you age, the more vulnerable you are when it comes to disasters and other emergency situations.
Add copies of your prescriptions and medical records, too, and keep them all in a waterproof tote. Talk to your neighbors or your friends, explain them how your vulnerabilities may prevent you from escaping a disaster and ask for their help.
Something may go wrong and you find yourself in the impossibility to contact your family and friends. The survival kit is housed within two premium First My Family backpacks and contains enough food, water, first aid and survival items to last 4 people for 72 hours. I got the Altoids tins, mini compasses, mini LED lights, magnifiers, 4″ zip ties, whistles, first aid ointment packets all on Amazon. This can be used with the needle for sewing or tying things like a blade to a stick, or a number of other super helpful uses. The bic lighter goes on the bottom left with the matches in-between the lighter and the duct tape.

I usually keep a thick rubber band around it to keep it from accidentally opening and the rubber band provides yet another tool.
Many elders have troubles walking, handling objects (especially if they’re large, such as a big bug-out bag) or even breathing (which gets worse under stress). And if you have any light medical equipment you need, such as a blood sugar monitor, take it with you, but only if it doesn’t require too much effort and attention from your part.
In fact, it’s best if you can get those thermo- and water-resistant bags you can carry around on wheels. It should be someone you trust, so you know for sure you’ll stick together, no matter what.
It’s better to do a little extra detective work and get some trustworthy men rebuilding your home. I love how many useful things you can fit in a small container.  I do have to note that not all mint tins are the same size as an Altoids tin. I picked up things like needles, razor blades, lighters, fishing line, cord, electrical tape, nails, safety pins, matches at stores like Dollar Tree and Wal-Mart.  I made my own little duct tape rolls by carefully rolling about 2- 3 feet of duct tape around a wooden skewer then snipping off the ends. The rope will serve many useful purposes like in trap making, tying a brace, first aid, lashing, etc. For my family, I put them in zip lock bags before putting them in the bug out bags, to keep it all protected in case the bag got wet. It was a fun little family activity and now the kids are excited to have one in their 72 hour kit.
They may also suffer from hearing problems or chronic health conditions (most likely heart conditions). Keep that in mind if you buy a different brand.  You can also buy a non-brand sturdy tin for this project. I also bought on Amazon these flat metal credit card size multi-tool (my hubs loved these), and I found some decent pocket knives at a survival store for only $1.

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  1. Die_Hard
    And ended up with about ten seems to impress.
  2. seker_kiz
    Don't forget with systems, radios, TVs, electric with water, formula.