Updated on June 22, 2017
What would I bring with me if I were on a deserted island? Although I have heard this question before, I honestly never actually gave much thought regarding it. I decided to switch it up today by finally answering this question.
If I were stranded on a deserted island here is what I would bring:
1.) My Phone
Phones these days are mini computers. I would still be able to connect with the world by being able to watch movies, blog, read blogs, and possibly build an online business to save enough to be rescued off of the deserted island. Lol!
2) A Solar Powered Battery Bank
Since there probably would not be any electricity on the island, a solar powered battery bank would be a must in order to charge my phone.
3) Coconut Oil
This staple has anti fungal properties which can be used to heal minor scrapes and cuts. Coconut oil can also be used for pre-shampooing hair, moisturizing skin, moisturizing hair, and oil pulling (this is a method used to keep your mouth clean by drawing out toxins from your body and mouth.) Not to mention this is a healthy fat which I would probably add to whatever I end up eating while on the island.
I love swimsuits and I love the beach. If I could walk around in a bikini all day everyday I absolutely would. Being stranded on an island with a beach would be a dream come true (as long as there are no dangerous situations involved.)
I always order new swimsuits when I am planning a vacation. I feel like you can never have too many. If I could bring at least four swimsuits on the deserted island with me so I could be able to alternate looks daily that would be great! Plus they are easy to wash and dry.
Like any good blogger a journal would help me document how I spent my time stranded on this island . Whenever I would get rescued I could probably release a memoir with my experiences. But honestly, I like writing and having someplace to jot down ideas would be extremely therapeutic.
What 5 items would you bring to a deserted island with you? Feel free to comment below and don’t forget to subscribe.
Peace & Love,