Guide To Get Your Go Bag Ready To Go

I have been working a lot lately on helping folks understand some fundamentals for emergency preparedness like knowing what alerts mean and how to get them, making a fire escape plan, and what to do if an emergency comes your way. My goal in all of this is to help people be ready before they have to be!

With all the effort to help others, the one thing I really want to share is something I think every individual should have ready at all times so they have the ability to grab one thing and have what they need to survive. I have one that I have built and use on occasions to stay in practice and make sure my supplies are still good. This is what I call my Go Bag.

I have put together a pretty extensive guide for you to grab for free, read, follow, and get what you need to build yours and have it ready before you have to be.

If you prefer, you can check out the video I have put together for this topic right here. IF you know someone who would like this stuff, please share! You can use the floating icons for the social media of your choice to share on your page or click the share button on the YouTube video. Help me help others be ready before they have to be!

 Go Bag Guide

As I mentioned above, this guide is great if you don’t have anything ready! Even if you do, the way it is laid out will help you identify what you need and why. It puts it in a good format that is easy to understand and helps group things up so you can store them in a manner that makes things accessible and easy to remember.

This guide is not just for people who are preparing for emergencies either. If you are the outdoors type or want to become one who does a bit of exploring in the wilderness. If you have this bag set up the way I explain it you would have everything you need to survive. Granted, for camping, you have control of your situation so you may want to add more to increase the comfort level and take it a bit further than just keeping yourself alive. But imagine, you were out camping and having a good time and an unfortunate event happens and someone is hurt or lost. If you have your bag set up like this, you would have what you need to help and survive until you can get in touch with rescuers.

Things To Consider

It is a pretty simple list that I provide but if you dig into the 17 pages full of information it will help you understand what and why to consider these items in this way. Just to give you a quick highlight of what I am referring to here is what is covered in the descriptions.

  1. The bag.
  2. Security
  3. Medical
  4. Shelter
  5. Water
  6. Food
  7. Fire
  8. Light
  9. Communication
  10. Accessories

Each one of these topics is covered and links are provided to get the items I suggest. That way you can go through step by step at your own pace and get this together at your convenience. I have used and tested everything I suggest to make sure you don’t end up with things that are cheaply made and leave you stranded when you need it the most.

There are items I cover that I do not link to because personal preferences and costs are so extremely different from one person to the next. I have mentioned some items that you can get on your own like pencil and paper just because you probably already have some and just need to throw it in your go bag.

Cool Tools

I always enjoy going over this stuff because some of the tools are just cool. Here are a couple of teasers that you can find in the guide you can get for free right here.

There are a few things in this list I have on me all the time. Whether I am at work or at home, I carry a flashlight, a knife, and a way to start a fire everywhere I go. I know, kind of weird but I do live ready! You can click the pictures or links if you want to go ahead and start now. As an Amazon associate, I will make a small commission at no extra cost to you and it helps me continue to help others be ready before they have to be!

ALWAYS BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES: This premium 8.6″ long military knife features a razor-sharp 4.0″ blade made of 1095 high carbon steel, guaranteed to cut easily wood, paper, plastic, or aluminum without going blunt. The black G10 camping knife handle with the beautiful orange lining is 1.4″ wide, to enhance precision use. Anti-slip & easy grip, it is designed for functionality. The Flint Rod with the G10 handle and the G10 Scraper included will help you start a fire in nature, while the Allen Wrench will hold all attachments on the K-Sheath


Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Virtually indestructible ultra-high-output LED generates 1,100 lumens of blinding light with two 123A batteries and 1,500 lumens with the included SF18650B micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery.

I have one of these hanging on my daily backpack, in my go bag, and in my camping gear. They are affordable and always work.

SURVIVE AND THRIVE in an emergency with this weather-resistant Ferro rod fire starter in your survival kit. Unlike matches that can become wet or blown out in wind, our fire steel is impervious to the elements. 5000 degree F sparks are hot enough to ignite a variety of tinder including plant fuzz, goldenrod fluff, and cattail seed or milkweed down. Stay warm and keep the wolves at bay with this foolproof fire steel.

Get The Guide To Get Your Go Bag Ready To Go

All you have to do is click this link, enter your email, and get the guide. It will be in your inbox for you to explore, learn, and follow. It really is that simple and free!

I hope you find this use full and follow through! It will leave you with the ability to grab one bag and run as if your life depended on it and be able to survive with what you have.

If you have any questions, fill out the form below and I will be glad to help out!

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