This is my emergency lighting kit. Got the idea last year after the big tornado. These little solar lights give off a lot of light, surprisingly. Got the rack from Lowe's. (It's an under shelf basket turned upside down.) This way, I can keep them outside and charged up, but they can be brought inside very easily. :) I also tied the basket down to my deck so it wouldn't fall off.
How to make a skivvy roll I found this great step-by-step to creating a skivvy roll. This looks like it would be great technique to use for packing a Bug Out Bag (or B.O.B.). Thanks to Creek Stewart for letting me share this with you all. Check out the original post in the link below, it has tons of other strategies for achieving a lighter Bug Out Bag. Found here
Meik is CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen and has spent years studying the magic of Danish life. In this beautiful, inspiring book he will help you be more hygge: from picking the right lighting and planning a dinner party through to creating an emergency hygge kit.
MBI Matchbook For your minimalist survival kit, you’ll probably want some real matches, too, but this matchbook full of tiny, disposable LED flashlights will definitely shed some light on your emergency situation. The MBI lights are about the size of an actual match & burn for up to 8 hours. There’s also a magnet in the base of the match allowing them to stand up hands-free.