Essential Items For Your Home



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It is important to make valuable decisions while shopping for foods, medicines, hygiene products, and cleaning products. I feel you should buy what you need and do not bulk up on items. Think about your community and how many other people will need to shop for the same items.

Food shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables is needed, but there are other options like frozen vegetables, canned vegetables, beans, and fish (Low sodium) that will have a longer shelf life. These items should always be stocked at home.

Medicines that you should always have are Tylenol, and Cough syrup, in addition, to keeping a medical emergency kit that includes basic medical necessities that may be needed in case of an accident.

As far as household products it is important to have at house disinfectant to clean surfaces daily. Toilet paper, Kleenex, and hand soap are essential items as well (buy what you need). Hand sanitizer is also an essential item if you have no hand sanitizer, or household disinfectant spray you can make your own.

 DIY Hand Sanitizer

-5-10 drops of 100% pure lavender essential oil

-30 drops of 100% pure tea tree essential oil

-3 ounces of 70%+ isopropyl rubbing alcohol

-1 ounce of 100% pure aloe Vera gel

-1/4 teaspoon vitamin E oil for soft hands

Combine all ingredients together in a glass bowl and mix well. Transfer to store in small bottles, this sanitizer should last for up to several months. Always shake well before using.

 DIY Household all-purpose spray

-1/2 cup of the vinegar

-2 cups of water

-1 teaspoon castile soap

-20 drops of lemon essential oil

Pour all ingredients into a spray bottle, screw-on lid and shake well. Before ever use shake the mixture well.

Do not buy WIC approve products. There are families that depend on their WIC for food instead buy things that are not WIC approved. Once WIC approved items are depleted in the grocery store people with WIC will have nothing to buy.

Keep a filtered water pitcher, save your bottled water for emergency purposes, stay hydrated.

Keep an emergency survival kit in your home.

This is for information purposes only. High Flaunting is not liable for any claims, or damages due to the use of any product mention above.




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