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How To Make an Emergency Phone Charger From A Drill

Welcome to living Green & Frugally. We aim to provide all your natural and frugal needs with lots of great tips and advice, How To Make an Emergency Phone Charger From A Drill

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Emergency Candle kits

cute gifts for campers ? I am doing this. How many of the many flashlights in this house work? Pinner writes "Idea for emergency candles! good shower gift too" Yeah, okay, phones work, but why use that battery up

HOW TO: Pocket Sized Solar Battery Charger

HOW TO: Pocket Sized Solar Battery Charger

charge a battery with LED solar lawn light. Also, removing the circuit board and wires so that instead of using the power on the LED light as soon as the sun went down, now, the rechargeable battery retains the energy.

37 Things You Should HOARD In Case of a Crisis : it takes only 3 hours after a crisis for these grocery items to be sold out. A simple yet amazing grocery list..

50 Survival Items You Forgot To Buy

Zombie apocalypse checklist, AWESOME LIST: 37 Things You Should HOARD In Case of a Crisis : it takes only 3 hours after a crisis for these grocery items to be sold out.

Canned Heat: How to Make an Emergency Heater. Make several. Can be used in your car in case you're stranded.

The Parsimonious Princess: Canned Heat: How to Make an Emergency Heater - Interesting to know and simply if it works.

Make a "candle-jar" for your emergency supplies from Prepared Not Scared

I am SO doing this. Jar of candles that can be kept with your emergency kit for power outages. Need a half gallon jar if you use typical emergency candles, otherwise candles won't fit.

Great food ideas for 72 hr kids!  My kids are little (6 years of age and under). I decided to make my 72 Hour kits as if each member of my family were separated. So, I decided to opt out of canned goods which need can openers.  Choose from these items that you think your family would actually eat.  All of these items listed are shelf stable, don't require cooking and can be opened/made by a toddler.

Great food ideas for 72 hr kits. Choose from these items that you think your family would actually eat. All of these items listed are shelf stable, don't require cooking and can be opened/made by a toddler. Also lots of FHE ideas.

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