A bag to carry back and forth to work. If you were in the tech industry you would have computer cables, USB drives, possibly small tool kit and any other requirements for your trade. Simple meds for minor emergencies such as sudden illness or injury. Day-to-day items like a tablet or other electronic device, work identification such as a bad, umbrella, flashlight, spare batteries for devices you use at work or on your person,
Backpack for the car. Get home bag.
This backpack is meant to be grabbed in an emergency and carried on the back as you flee from danger or try to get home in a situation where the roads are impassable. This bag needs to be as light as possible because it may be carried for a great distance . This bag will also be used for purposes such as an unexpected overnight stay at someone elses house or a hotel. Toothbrush and toothpaste are must as well with spare deoderant and any other toiletries.
Complete spare change of clothes, multi tool, small amount of drinkable water, fire starter, possible short-term shelter for space blanket, ammo or magazines for firearm, signaling for emergencies such as whistle or mirror, radio, compass map for GPS device, old cell phone for emergency only calling for quick internet access if there is Wi-Fi,
Extra pair of shoes, First aid kit, Roll of toilet paper and wet wipes, Long-term stowable food.
This bag is not to be carried for long distances. Its purpose is to be kept in the car and ready for emergency services. The bag should be closable such that rough handling of the bag will not fill items on for the ground . Jumper cables, tools, towel or blanket, flashlight, road flare, fire extinguisher.
Glove box items
Multi tool, flashlight, spare cash, band-aids, cell phone charging cable, cigarette lighter adapter USB charger, wet naps,
Items for the house
Flashlight, firearm, pepper spray, batteries or some power supply, cell phone, food, water, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, water filtration, extra clothes blankets, tools, building materials like plywood or plastic sheets for emergency house repair, nuts bolts nails fasteners, anyway to cook without electric or gas, radio , access to information such as Internet TV or radio, laptop tablet or other computing device, playing cards and board games,
Strategies for bugging in or bugging out. Hunker down long term or short term. In the event of natural or man-made disaster.
Martial arts, first aid, bushcraft – fie starting, food prep, shelter, clean water prep, firearms/weapons training, misc.