What a great way to prepare for an emergency -- stocking your drawers and closet with your clothes, clean.
Then it dawned on me that there are a lot of household chores that when done frequently put you and your family on better pre-emergency footing. Clean clothes, linens, dishes, floors, and toilets will be a huge benefit in a water or electricity outage.
Doing a load of laundry this week doesn't cost more than doing it next week, but gives you that extra 'stash' of ready resources. Try extending that idea to your regular chores. Are there some that completing smaller but more frequent iterations could benefit you in the long run?
I'd really never thought about household chores this way, but now just add these to 'what I did to prepare this week.' Wow, maybe you're more prepared than you thought, too!