About water storage: Lay in more than you think you need. Rule of 3s: 3 minutes without air, 3 hours in the cold, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food, and you’re in a world of hurt. FEMA recommends 1 gallon of water per person, per day, but that’s a bare minimum for cooking, drinking, and cleaning. I probably drink 1/2 gallon of water per day, so 1 gal per wouldn’t be enough for me. Two gallons per would be more like it. Save soda bottles and fill them. You can also fill milk jugs, although not for drinking or cooking (the milk never really leaches out of the plastic – in fact, dairy containers are not returnable in most states that have returnable soda bottles), but could be used for some cleaning chores. Even old mayonnaise jars etc would do in a pinch. Also have some water purification supplies on hand (filters, tablets, whatever) in case you need to get it from a local water source- lake, stream, river, rain water. A plastic kiddie pool is a great way to collect rainwater in a pinch The internet is lousy (in a good way) with tips on purifying water. It’s the primary essential. We’re fortunate in this pandemic that power, water, sewer/septic are all still working, but add a tropical storm/hurricane/flood/wildfire or an earthquake on top of the current situation and things get hairy in a hurry. Store water.