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Quick Reference – 101 Unusual Things to Stock for TEOTWAWKI

A guest post at TheSurvivalistBlog.net on 101 unusual things to stock for TEOTWAWKI that you won’t see on many other lists peeked my interest. It is actually two 101 items lists in one.

List #1 – While there were a few items on the last that I felt didn’t pertain to me, a vast majority of the items would be useful to consider and could definitely bring your preps to another level.

List #2 – Are generally items you own but may overlook as be useful/necessary. It’s a good list to reference.

4 comments to Quick Reference – 101 Unusual Things to Stock for TEOTWAWKI

  • Toni Verkruysse

    The most important thing to stock might be resourcefulness and a whopping dose of hope. In the novel, ‘Pale As Hope’ three misfits struggle to survive the cataclysm of a freak pandemic only to discover that they are humankind’s last ditch hope. Watch the video. http://youtu.be/DO6VvS8DI6I

  • Toni Verkruysse

    The most important thing to stock might be resourcefulness and a whopping dose of hope. I have obsessed over TEOTWAWKI for years and finally wrote a book about it. In the novel, ‘Pale As Hope’ three misfits struggle to survive the cataclysm of a freak pandemic only to discover that they are humankind’s last-ditch hope. Watch the video. http://youtu.be/DO6VvS8DI6I

  • Junipers

    Have quite a few of these items, but there’s always something I’ve never thought of. That’s one reason I love this site..it’s educational! Have found quite a few items at the dollar store that makes it cost effective. Many of us are on a budget and the one excuse I hear all of the time is “I/we” can’t afford it. I’ve learned that you can buy basics & more at affordable prices. I have no problem going to the Goodwill or other thrift stores and buying extra blankets, or those wire letter holders, which are perfect for storing packets of tuna. Lists can seem daunting, but each time you are given the opportunity take a look. You’ll always find something that you can use or that you hadn’t thought of.

    • I love lists too (who doesn’t?) but I find that the first time I read a new one I always feel like I need EVERYTHING on it! After re-reading I often pare it down and find a few interesting new items that I either hadn’t considered before or as a reminder of something I still haven’t acquired.