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The food you should pack for a potential 3 days without of power should be as nutrient-dense and easy to eat (or prepare) as possible. If you’re more likely to have your power knocked out by a snowstorm or heavy winds than flooding or tornadoes, you can just pack a couple of snacks in your kit, and just ensure that your cupboards or pantry are well stocked with shelf-stable items that are really easy to prepare.
Ready-to-eat canned food – Those will pull-tab lids are easiest, but anything goes as long as you have that can opener packed!
Freeze-dried camping foods – You just need to add hot water to these, or cook them for a minute or two over a camping stove, wood stove, or DIY log stove.
Gatorade – A bottle or two can help to stabilize electrolytes, and are good to have on hand in case of stomach upset. Water supplies can easily get contaminated in an emergency situation, so it’s good to keep potable water at hand just in case. You know those big 5-gallon water drums that are usually used in water coolers? Utility knife, such as a Leatherman or Swiss Army Knife – These are absolutely vital, as they contain almost every tool you might need in an emergency. A couple of garbage bags – These can be used to store things, to seal up a broken window, etc.
Travel mug – An insulated camping mug is ideal, as it can hold anything from water to stew or cereal. 3 pairs of warm, clean socks – Pack them in a zippered plastic bag to make sure they stay that way. A full change of clothes, including a warm sweater – Keep in plastic if possible to fend off moths or mildew. Personal hygiene kit, with a pack of tissues, travel shampoo, a bar of soap (in a plastic container), travel-size toothbrush and toothpaste, a roll of toilet paper (in a plastic bag!), wash cloth, hand cream, contact lens solution (if needed), dental floss.
Laminated or otherwise waterproof list of emergency numbers, kept with about 20 dollars cash, and some change.
Items that can occupy your time (and your hands!) can be of immense help in a crisis situation. What special things would you like to pack in your kit that we haven’t mentioned here?
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Life plus Gear s Life Essentials provides a 3-day supply of food and water, in case you are caught in an emergency situation.
Life+Gear products have been designed based on the highest quality standards and are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase.
With climate change wreaking havoc on the planet, superstorms, floods, tornadoes, and droughts are becoming more frequent, and it’s not uncommon for people to be without power for a few days. Backpacks can easily get soaked through if you’re dealing with flooding or massive snowfall, but those large plastic buckets are handy things, and can be used in multiple ways. If you’ve gone backpack camping, the foods you brought with you for deep woods sustenance are ideal.
You can find these to suit any dietary preference, so make sure that everyone in your household has a few items that they can eat (and enjoy). If you’re in an unpleasant headspace because fierce weather is raging all around you, a cup of instant hot cocoa or a packet of your favorite ramen noodles might help to lift your spirits exponentially. We tend to sweat when we’re panicked or otherwise out of sorts, so be sure to keep your liquids up. Pick one up, along with a pump that fits onto the nozzle, and keep it in your basement or at the back of your closet. This is most important for areas that are prone to floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes, as damage to your home may result in your regular wardrobe getting soaked or scattered across the neighborhood. I like to keep a couple of heavy sleeping bags on hand as well, and a spare fire extinguisher too.
We’re so used to constant distraction and sensory input that 3 days without a computer, phone, iPad, TV, or sufficient light to read by can leave folks extremely anxious and jittery.


Other than reporting the power outage and waiting for it to come back on, there’s not a lot you can do to ameliorate the situation.
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Damages caused by misuse, alteration or normal wear and tear are not covered under this warranty. Alternately, if there’s a source of fairly clean water in your area (like a freshwater river or lake), keep a water purification pump or system on hand. In flood-prone areas, be sure to pack a bucket instead of a bag, and store all your supplies as high as possible; in tornado- and hurricane-prone areas, store your stuff in the basement, or wherever you go to take shelter. If you have pets, make sure that in addition to food, water, and first aid supplies for them, you have a safe place for them to sleep, like travel cages for rodents or birds, carriers for cats and small dogs, or portable beds. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Read on to learn about the supplies that everyone should keep on hand if the power goes out for a few days. The latter is especially important for children, since they can have such sudden and significant growth spurts. Curl up by the fire with that book you packed, talk to other people whose power has gone out; maybe share a meal with them. Use of this site is subject to certain Terms Of Use.Local store prices may vary from those displayed. Pack a simple-but-engaging pattern into a plastic bag with enough yarn to complete it, and the needles necessary to make it. Sure, there’s often a fair bit of anxiety that can flare up in times like these, but you’ll be well prepared to handle things for a few days because you prepped ahead of time, right? A heavy curtain or space blanket can also be used to block off a room so everyone can pile in there to keep warm around the heater, instead of needing to warm up an entire home. If you have kids, pack a couple of coloring books and some crayons, as well as a simple craft kit and a game. If you like to play music, then by all means, keep your guitar, ukelele, etc. Just keep in mind that in a crisis, those you’re stuck with may not be as eager to hear your bagpipes or recorder as you may be to play them.




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