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EDC for Women | Everyday Carry for Women

Everyday Carry For Women | EDC For Women
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EDC stands for Everyday Carry. Today we’ll be talking about EDC for Women. It’s important to be prepared for many scenarios.

We might carry makeup, a wallet, and sunglasses in our purse, but these things are not super helpful in the event of an accident or disaster.

I keep a bug out bag in my vehicle and in my house. If I’m away from both of those things, there’s a chance I might need some emergency items.

Those items can be a lifeline in an emergency. I sure hope that I have what I will need if an emergency arises! That is why I want to share a list of EDCs for women.

These items can be different depending on the individual. Think about what you want to prepare for and what you need to prepare for.

Location, Location, Location

Location is important when thinking about what to EDC for women. You may want to take into account natural disasters that happen near you. Some places have a lot of fires, some tornados. Keep this in mind while you compile your list for your EDC. Your job will also be a big part of what you should carry and what you CAN carry.

Your employer may not allow some of these items on the premises so do your homework before deciding on what to carry!

You don’t have to go and buy a special bag just for this. This stuff can just go into your purse. You may need to buy a bigger purse, but don’t have too much stuff or have your purse be too heavy or too big! I carry most of my smaller items in an old chocolate or mint tin.

It’s always hard to prepare when you don’t know what exactly to prepare for. I like to make a list and then try to narrow down that list as much as I can.

EDC For Women – Purse Carry

  • Phone – To call for help. On most smartphones, there are some really cool settings for emergencies. Make sure you know about them by doing your research or reading the manual.
  • Wallet – Of course, right? Identification will be easier if you need medical help in an emergency if you have your ID on you.
  • Pocket knife – Research about laws in your area, before buying knives online.
  • Paracord keychain – This one is special, it comes with a needle, wire, aluminum foil, tinder, fire starter, fishing lines, fishing hooks, weights, and swivels.
  • Paracord bracelet – When I’m not wearing my paracord bracelet, it’s hooked onto by B.O.B (bug out bag) or purse.
  • Pen – You may need to write something down that’s important.
  • Tactical Pen – by Take Flight, which is a Veteran Owned company. This multi-tool is a self-defense weapon, a glass breaker, and flashlight all-in-one.
  • Lighter – This lighter has the Tesla power, it’s on my wish list!
  • Feminine products – Pads and tampons or whatever you can fit in your purse. Not only used for obvious intentions, but also as bandages if needed!
  • Tissues – You never know when you need to wipe something.
  • Chap balm – There’s never a time when I wanted to be stranded away from my chap balm!
  • Power cell To charge a cell phone.
  • Gun – Don’t just carry a gun, be trained, go to the range, practice, practice, practice! (Make sure to follow all applicable laws.)
  • Taser – Another great option for self-defense. (Make sure to follow all applicable laws.)
  • Pepperspray – Again for defense. (Make sure to follow all applicable laws.)
  • Foldable scissors (Slip-N-Snip)
  • Tiny little can opener – Haha, it is tiny. Okay, they don’t call it that. This is a P-51, military can opener. They are handy little things, and they are pretty cheap to buy.
  • Snacks/Food – Something lightweight, with a long shelf life. Like ration bars, or survival tabs.
  • Small first aid kit – bandages, gauze, antibacterial ointment, etc…

EDC For Women Visual Shopping List

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What to Store in a Tin | EDC For Women

Most people use an Altoids tin, but I also have one that is round, from Trader Joe’s. You can find these at the checkout counter. They have chocolate in them originally! Two birds with one stone. A new tin and I get to eat chocolate! These are the items I put in my little tin.

  • Bandages
  • Alcohol Swabs
  • Small amount of money
  • Rubber bands – Dollar store is a great place to get these items but be careful and do proper research on any items you will depend on in an emergency.
  • Paper clips
  • Bobby pins
  • Safety pins
  • Sanitizer
  • Travel bottle of lotion
  • Sewing needle and thread – dollar store

I also bought these little plastic containers from the dollar store. I was storing something else in them, but they’ve been empty for quite some time, so I thought I’d fill them up too just like I filled the chocolate tin. The lotion bottles actually fit into these unlike in the tin.

Ingenius Prepper Items For Women?

I found some interesting items on Amazon, I honestly haven’t tried these but I’m putting them on my wish list! I thought you might like to check them out also.

A tactical hat? It has 5 pockets apparently…
Tactical hair clip – a hair clip that’s also a screwdriver, trolley coin, wrench, and cutter.
Off-Grid SMS & GPS Device
Tactical Necklace – Fire starter set and fishing tools.

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If You Live Out In The Boonies | Vehicle EDC For Women

Okay ladies, if you live in the boonies, seriously we need to have a talk. There are some supplies I EXPECT you to have on hand! In your car especially!

I urge you to build a bug out bag for your vehicle. Here’s a couple of necessary supplies to keep in your car, just in case.

Boonies Shopping List

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2 thoughts on “EDC for Women | Everyday Carry for Women”

  1. Get a Leatherman Micra. It’s a very small multi-tool. It’s very sturdy too. It has scissors, among the other tools on it so you can eliminate the small pair of scissors in your kit. Also, the multi-tool costs about as much as those tiny folding scissors. That’ll save you a bit of the cost of making your EDC. I’ve carried a Micra on my key chain for decades. I’ve had one finally wear out after 10-15 years of nearly everyday use. I can’t recommend it too highly.

    I love your re-use of the chocolate tin! Can’t ever go wrong with chocolate!

    1. I did mention a Leatherman product, it is called a Wingman and not Micra. I wonder if there is much difference in the size. They are the same price. Anyhow, a good multitool is great to have, but I don’t love the scissors on them. I prefer to have a separate pair of scissors. I will check out the micra, and compare it to other similar products. Thanks for the input! You never know it might be a new favorite tool 😉 You really can’t go wrong with chocolate! Plus, the tin was a great size to reuse! Thanks for taking your time to chate J.L. Have a wonderful weekend!

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