Posts filed under: Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

This is a HUGE TOPIC, and we are going to take it teeny, teeny, bit by bit, TOGETHER. Everything is a little easier and more doable when you do it with someone. And I won’t leave you hangin’. You got this! Now let’s get to work! 72 Hour KitsEmergency PlanWater StorageFood StorageImportant DocumentsHome InventoryFinancial Preparedness…Death of a Loved One…These are just a few topics we’ll cover IN DEPTH and STEP BY STEP, breaking it up into manageable tasks.  If you don’t know where to start, take my hand, and start with Emergency Preparedness Step 1! (This is a great reason to subscribe, so you can keep up with weekly posts and make some real progress! If you get behind, posts are numbered, so take things at your own pace, and don’t move on to the next step until you are happy with the outcome of the previous step)

One of the best things about having kids is being able to teach them the same things that I learned and loved when I was a kid. I’m a gamer....
While we don’t have any pets, I know most people do and they are part of the family! I definitely wanted to hit this topic, even though I am less...
This is PART 3 of 72-hour kits (AKA bug out bags). If you haven’t yet, go read Part 1 and Part 2: Part 1 – 72-Hour Kits for Beginners –...
The SAME EXACT FIRE LADDER that we have is ON SALE ON AMAZON! GO GET YOURS NOW! If you live in a 2-story home, or if you are in an...
This is Part 2. If you haven’t read 72-Hour Emergency Kits For Beginners – Part 1, go read that now and then come back to Part 2. No Excuses! But...
It’s time! It’s time to tackle this beast head-on and GET! IT! DONE! If you have never attempted to even start putting together 72-hour kits because you’re too overwhelmed, THIS...
Remember the Emergency Preparedness Date Nights? Well…for those who haven’t gotten around to doing them yet, I have a treat for you!  You not only have this friendly little reminder...
I can’t sleep.  It is 11:45 pm.  I was laying in bed and couldn’t shut my brain off.  I have been flooded with messages and emails asking if I had...
I couldn’t let National Emergency Preparedness Month end without addressing a very real (and sickening) possible situation that schools need to be prepared for these days.  While I grew up...
While not as necessary and life-saving as a smoke detector, preserving priceless memories can be a very important part of preparing for the possibility of a house fire, as well...