I have 2 kits, one that goes in my purse and one that is in my house with everything I would need for at least a month in case of natural disaster. I have a client who was in hurricane Katrina and he almost died waiting to be rescued as he had no supplies. His story motivated me to be ready to go in a flash if ever some major event made me have to leave my home...he was in ICU for 3 weeks once he was rescued.
My purse kit:
I use a small purse like a teen or little girl would carry with a juicy juice box, a tube of glucose tabs, one infusion set, 2 syringes, a vial of Humalog, some alcohol wipes and IV wipes, 1 battery for my pump and a quarter to get the cap off. I also have my glucometer too. This fits inside my real, "big girl" purse very easily.
My big kit:
20 infusion sets, 350 extra strips, glucagon, lancets & extra lancing devices, iv wipes and alcohol wipes, keytone strips, extra battery caps and cartridge caps, 2 extra glucometers (all I use is one touch brand so they all use the same strips), extra clip for the pump and case, a full bottle of glucose tabs, some protein bars, and lots of batteries. All I have to do is grab the Humalog out of the fridge and go. I keep in all in one of those snap top rubbermaid containers that is easy to carry. It is amazing how much stuff you can pack into a small one of those!