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One of the things on our 101 in 1001 to-do list is to set up a Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit. This might seem crazy, but it has many purposes. We live in a hurricane and flood zone, so we might be faced with an evacuation. Or, we could lose power and be trapped inside. Or, there could be zombies. In any case, it’s always good to be prepared for emergencies.
We were finally persuaded to get-on-that-already when Walgreens reached out to us to let us know about their #HealthySavings promotion that is going on for the month of August. Buy $30 worth of select Pfizer brands at Walgreens, and get 10,000 Balance Rewards Points from 7/26 – 8/29. This is a great chance to stock up for to prepare your own emergency survival first aid kit. Participating brands include: Advil, ThermaCare, Children’s Advil, Dimetapp, Robitussin, Emergen-C 30ct, Centrum, Caltrate, Chapstick, and Nexium 24HR.
You can find this sale at your local Walgreens. The participating Pfizer products are indicated with a special tag reminding you about the 10,000 bonus points.
We decided to create our Survival Kit in an old tote bag. We don’t have tons of extra storage space, but this can easily store in the top of the closet in our guest bedroom so we can easily grab and carry it with us wherever we might have to go.
Here’s what we put in our kit:
- Advil pain killer
- ThermaCare heat wraps
- Centrum vitamins
- Chapstick lip balm
- Mini first aid kit (with bandages and antiseptic cream)
- Local maps (in case cell towers go out)
- Plastic trash bags
- Small bag of cat food (which the dog would also love to eat)
- Water (you should have enough for three days)
- Canned food
- Can opener
- Safety pins
- Duct tape
- Face masks
- Toilet paper
Would you ever make an emergency survival kit? What would you put in it? But now, we’re prepared for anything.