Life's "little emergencies" can quickly spoil your day or turn into a much bigger ordeal if you don't have the right tools on hand to deal with them quickly! By creating a little emergency kit to keep in your purse, at your desk, or in your car you can have easily accessible items to handle most of the little emergencies life tosses your way.
In my Emergency Kit: hand sanitizer, lip balm, moisturizing lotion, stain pen, $1 in quarters, cleansing wipe, insect repellent wipe, antibiotic ointment, cotton swabs, cotton rounds, assorted sizes of adhesive bandages, pain reliever, acid reducer, nasal decongestant, and upset stomach relief.
I purchased the clear zipper pouch and used small resealable baggies keep the cotton swabs and bandages clean and the medications separate from the other items in the pouch. You could also use ont of the plastic zipper cases that pillow cases and sheet sets are sometimes packaged in. I used my Dymo label maker to clearly label the medication with the name, expiration date, and dosage information.
Finally, I used my Dymo Label Writer to create a cute label for the front of the pouch with one of my favorite fonts off my PC. Now I am prepared for any of life's little emergencies!
How would you use a little kit like this? Is there anything we should add? Let us know your thoughts!