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Ladies, we’ve all been stuck in situations and wishing we had thought ahead to have a little toolkit on hand for situations like that. If you don’t have a girl’s emergency toolkit on hand at all times, we highly encourage you to think about adding it to your life – you’ll thank yourself in the long run. The thing about having a girl’s emergency toolkit is it can be tricky to figure out what to actually put in them – you want to make sure you’re prepared for the unexpected but you don’t want to be toting around your entire house. We’re sharing the smart girl’s emergency toolkit to give you a starting point.
Let’s face it…we’ve all been caught off guard when our time of the month came around. We always say we’re going to get better about carrying feminine products around with us for those moments, but really never end up getting around to it. If you’re getting serious about having a girl’s emergency toolkit, you NEED to make sure you have a few of your preferred feminine products in there. Seriously, you’ll thank yourself when you need them.
We’re not sure if running out of gas or phone battery is more stressful in the world we live in today. Regardless, make sure you have a phone charger packed in your emergency toolkit. You don’t want to end up stuck someplace with a dead phone and no way to charge it back up to make any calls you need. And let’s face it, when there’s an emergency we tend to use our phones a lot.
Ever get caught with a run in your tights or pantyhose? It’s the worst! When creating a smart girl’s emergency toolkit we’re all about keeping a spare pair of tights or pantyhose in the kit. Not sure what color or pair to pack for a backup? Opt for the color/type that you tend to wear the most frequently, because odds are when you need them you’ll be wearing the kind that you wear the most often!
If you’re a contact wearer, this is essential for you. You don’t want to end up having a day where you need some contact solution and you have NONE with you. You don’t need to have a large bottle, just a small travel size will do – and will likely save you in a pinch. In addition, we like to keep a contact lens case on hand in case you need to take them out for any reason.
If you drive a car often, it’s essential to make sure that you have a spare tire on hand at ALL times. If you’ve used it recently, make sure you get it back in its proper place as soon as possible so you don’t end up stuck when you need it. In addition, many people suggest keeping the necessary cords to jump start your car should you need it in an emergency.