Today for your emergency car kits, add water and some high-energy snacks like granola bars. If you've already completed a car kit (maybe last time we did it?), now would be a good time to check on your food and rotate it, especially the water in plastic bottles.
My three-month supply has been dwindling quite a bit lately, and I haven't been good about keeping track of what we have eaten! One of my goals for the new year will be to re-assess everything we have, look over my meal plan, and write up a new shopping list. (I know not to take on something this big around the holidays! I am hoping to stay sane this month!) We have a lot of really good food storage recipes on our blog that can help you come up with a three-month plan, too! For example ,we love spaghetti, so I've planned a spaghetti dinner every Monday night if we were to eat from our three-month supply exclusively. That means I need to store 12 lbs of spaghetti, 12 sauces, etc... (for the 12 weeks). Once I have all that, then voila! I have Monday nights done for my three-month supply. When the right sale hits, I can really stock up and hopefully even get it all done in one trip to the grocery store. For more variety, you could just plan "pasta night" for once a week and have several different sauces to choose from. Don't have the time/energy/interest to plan 12 weeks of meals? We've done that for you in our food storage e-book.
This month for our longer-term storage, we're gathering "other" items. I was able to stock up on honey over the summer (found a great deal on Craigslist from a local beekeeper), so I'm going to focus on something else this month.... maybe after I check out my local grocery store's weekly flyer.