Survival Kits

Survival Kit

Survival Kits are fun, easy, and inexpensive gifts for anyone in your life (teachers, doctors, therapists, family, friends, etc.)

Examples of Items to Put Into a Kit:

$100,000 Bar: In case some patients can’t pay their bill.
2 Wiggle Eyes: Those extra eyes for the back of your head.

A Box: To help you keep it all together.
A Match: To light your fire when you’re feeling burned out.
A Smooth Stone: To remind you the rough times help to refine and polish.

Band-Aid: To heal hurt feelings, yours or theirs.
Bath Salts: “To take you away.” You deserve a quiet break.
Battery: To help you keep going…and going.
Button: If you can’t say something nice, it’s better to “button your lip”.

Caffeine: To help you stay awake.
Candle: Sometimes you’re the only light in the darkness.
Clock: To remind you that time will pass by too quickly, enjoy every moment.
Confetti: To remind you to have fun.
Cotton Ball: To cushion the rough roads.
Crayon: To color your day bright and cheerful.

Dryer Sheet: For the clients who are too clingy.

Ear Plugs: When you just can’t take anymore.
Eraser: To remind you everyone makes mistakes and they can be erased.

Gold Thread: Friendship is the golden thread that ties together our hearts.
Gum: Use this to get out of “sticky” situations.

Happy Faces: Smiling is contagious.
Hug & Kiss: Sometimes we all need hugs & kisses.

Jewel: Because you are so precious.

Lifesaver: Many times others need your help and you need theirs.

Marbles: When you feel like you lost all yours.
Mint: To remind you that you are worth a “mint”.
Mirror: To remind you that you are important too.

Nuts: Sometimes you feel like a nut; sometimes you don’t.

Pacifier: For when you need to pacify those that are unhappy.
Paperclip: To hold it all together.
Penny: So you will never have to say “I am broke”.
Piece of Rope: If you get close to reaching the end of yours.
Puzzle Piece: Sometimes you fill the missing piece of the puzzle.

Quarter: For when you need to call in for a mental health day for yourself!

Rubber Band: To remind you to be flexible.

Smarties: For those days when you don’t feel smart.
Smiley face: To remember your impact on those you help.
Snickers: After all – laughter really is the best medicine.
Sponge: To soak up the overflow, when your brain is too full.
Star: To reflect your inner beauty.
Starburst: To give you a “burst” of energy when you need it.
String: To tie things together when everything falls apart.
Sugar Cube: Just in case you ever have to “sugar” coat it.
Sweet Tarts: To remind you to appreciate everyone’s differences.

Tea Bag: To remind you to take some time out and relax.
Tissues: To wipe away the tears…yours and theirs.
Toothpick: To pick through which problems can and can’t be helped.
Tylenol: For the headaches you will get.

Book Box

Magnetic Book Box (To Store The Kit)