how to meet any
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Your disaster readiness is in the bag, literally.

Ever heard of a GO BAG?

It might conjure up images of a secret agent fleeing with their bag of passports, bad wigs, and disguises. It's not exactly that, but the concept behind it is there: one bag with everything you need so you can hunker down or skip town.

Maybe an earthquake leaves you without food or water. Maybe a hurricane has you on the run to another city. Or maybe the power went out and you need a flashlight and radio. A Go Bag is your answer, because it packs emergency readiness in one place.

So, what's in a Go Bag? Here are the essentials.

Healthy is wealthy is stealthy.

If you don't pack anything in your Go Bag, at least slip a first aid kit in there. Accidents happen just as much after a disaster. So don't forget bandages, gloves, tourniquets, tape, tweezers, medications, and ointments.

Think like MacGyver lite.

You don't need to repair a dam with a paperclip and a stick of gum, but it helps to have tools if you need to get scrappy. We're talking duct tape, a battery-powered radio, a utility knife, flashlights, matches, and a signal flare.

Money? Check. Pants? Check.

While life and love are more important than clothing, you'll be thankful you packed cash, a proper change of clothes, plus: sturdy shoes, blankets, sleeping bags, a waterproof tarp, face masks, toiletries, and hygiene products.

Pass the canned ravioli, please.

Hangry in the middle of a natural disaster is a recipe for, well, you get it. You'll want things that won't spoil, like: canned food (pack a can opener, too!), dried fruit, granola bars, trail mix, and a gallon of water per day away.

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