In case you missed this previously:
Keeping up with survival supplies – what you have and what you plan to get – can be a daunting task. Over the years I have worn out many pens and pads of paper writing down food lists, desired firearms, weapon accessories, and other misc supplies. With today’s technology -computers can make it much easier to track things – like inventories.
WorldInfoCD.com sells a Survival & Preparedness Spreadsheet (go to the bottom of this post to get it for free) that is an excellent tool to track all kinds of supplies – from food, firearms, medical, books, fuel, power, lighting, and much more. It is very complete. Not only does it provide you a place to list your supplies – but it also calculates total amount invested, as well as percentage of supplies obtained.
Here is a screen shot:
Here is another showing the Tactical-Living tab on the spreadsheet:
The spreadsheet is in MS Excel format. Should you not have Excel – you can use OpenOffice- a suite of software that is completely free. You can access and use the spreadsheet with OpenOffice.
Note:The spreadsheet was built with James Wesely Rawles book How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It: Tactics, Techniques, and Technologies for Uncertain Times in mind. The book provided the premise for the categories of supplies. Rawles is the owner of SurvivalBlog.com - an excellent resource of information.
To download the survival & preparedness spreadsheet donated by WorldInfoCD.com – click here.
Take care all –