Category Archives: Kit

Water is essential for life, and it is essential in your emergency provisions. Typically a person could survive, if they are not doing any physical activity, about three days, without water.  There have been cases where people have survived many more days without water, but usually with some pretty harsh health penalties. Civil defence recommendations […]

“Tomorrow is promised to no one. Prioritize today accordingly.” I saw this quote in an article I read some time ago.  I think of it it often, when I am planning my day or week. It’s been two weeks since the 7.8 earthquake was felt around New Zealand. Everywhere you look, the message is clear […]

I often talk about eight types of things you should consider for your emergency kits: Communications First-aid / Medications Food Hygiene Lighting Safety Gear Warmth / Shelter Water On our mind map these are all numbered #1.  Because they are all important. If I took any medication that I needed to keep me alive – […]