That is the process I am following, setting up a dedicated page. But there are a lot of logins to set up, scanning through the apps, and some want subscriptions. It takes time, that’s all.
very important to point out the cascading effects. the butterfly flapping it’s wings in one place will create a maelstrom in another, with little predictability.
This is a great start to setting up your phone as a useful tool in times of emergency. I am still working through how to set things up to separate ’emergency’ from ‘every day’, but this gave a great head start to important apps and phone settings.
Great coverage in this article. The most important part is that this is a lifestyle decision due to your having to rotate through the stock… but it does seem like a viable plan.
Great article… explainiong and emphasixzing the trade-offs and providing options that will make a tough time a little better…
One note – I ordered the Patriot Supply veggies and fruits, and it came in a bucket… everything took 2-3 months to arrive during the COVID, so maybe they are simplifying their supply chain…
Indeed, not every product, it just needs to be given a thought as one constructs a go bag. For example, my most used knife is a 1″ Spyderco on my keychain… not TSA compatible…
Most importantly, your website is amazing. I’m new to it, so still examining, and am happy to say I have many mistakes in my planning to fix. Any critiques I have are second order.
Does it make sense to denote what items listed are / aren’t TSA compatible? You mention the many reasons need to ‘go’… certain emergencies involve air travel. Knives, lithium batteries, etc., certainly don’t pass, but the size of liquids / creams need to be TSA compatible as well.
Just a thought.