Survival Tips – From The Bunker 🧟‍♂️

Survival tips from the bunker, guaranteed to help you effectively survive for the long term. What do you need? This is why I am posting this, to share with you 10 items that are needed in your new found home. Don’t get too cozy, you still need to go out for things!

🧟‍♀️ When packing for the bunker, don’t favour colourful socks over toothpaste.

SURVIVAL TIP OF THE WEEK

There is firstly a host of places to survive the zombie apocalypse, like a bunker. It has to be one of the safest long term survival shelters that exist. It is effective against, floods, hurricanes and even nuclear fallout. So, in the event the town or city is nuked to kill the undead, you’ll be safe 500 feet below all the rubble. Let’s get started survivors!

1)FOOD AND WATER – obvsiouly, but we’re not talking about some cans and bottles, I’m talking about having the bunker already filled with long term foods, and water filtration systems before you even need to use it!

2) FLASHLIGHT AND BATTERIES

3) MEDICATION AND SUPPLEMENTS – ANITIBIOTICS, PAINKILLERS, ANTI-INFLAMMATORYS, MULTIVITAMINS!

4) TOOTHPASTE, TOOTHBRUSH AND SOAP

5) RAZOR AND SHAVING CREAM – FOR MEN! (WOMEN TOO?)

6) BOOKS, BOARD GAMES, CARDS

7) PLANTS

8) FIRSTAID KIT

9) TOILET PAPER AND OTHER SANITATION ITEMS

10) PENS, PENCILS, PAPER, TYPEWRITER


The list is not extensive. These are some good items to take in. I know I added more than 1 item each line but oh well. There is a lot more, but I assumed the bunker was already kitted out with beds and blankets and had a working kitchen with utensils. I added plants to the list because they will help to oxygenise the environment which will be important because bunkers do get stuffy, despite even having good ventilation. They also help to make a home more relaxing and welcoming.

Long term food doesn’t have to be canned, but needs to be able to stay preserved for a number of years. You could use large glass jar for this, and a selection of pickling and preservation techniques by following any number of online guides.

When I mentioned multivitamins I was hoping you’d think of vitamin d. Not only does a bunker lack natural sunlight, but the lack of can kill you. You need to take vitamin d every single day. If you plan to stay in the bunker for 2 years, and trust me, that sounds like a long time but in reality if zombies were outside and nukes hit, you’d have no choice, then you need to keep your body and particularly your bones healthy.

⭐One more crucial thing, if you don’t mind. This is a secret weapon: BUG OUT BAG. BOB. This is a great piece of kit to have, because it allows you to carry things to and from the bunker which you would otherwise forget or leave behind, like the need to stick a few cans of beer, or a spanner or electrical wiring kit, or anything else! Technically if you have a well stocked bunker, and it looked like the above picture then I cannot imagine you would want to leave your bunker. Baseball bats, cricket bats, spades, fire axe optional.