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)

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...
This may not be the first thing you think about when you hear the words, “EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS,” but that’s why I’m here; to make sure you don’t look past the...
Just popping in to say HELLO and make sure everyone is making the most of National Emergency Preparedness Month!  We are one week down in our Emergency Preparedness Date Night...
**You do NOT have to do this with a spouse.  The date night idea is just to suggest that couples do it together.  Single or married, you can do this...
EVERYONE NEEDS a Family Emergency Plan.  It’s free.  It takes less than a half hour.  No excuses, people. Do it. Now. We have already discussed the possibilities of power outages,...
Earthquakes can happen anywhere, but the higher risk areas in the United States are California, Alaska, and the Mississippi Valley.  Living in California, I am especially in tune with this...
I couldn’t decide if this should go under the “Emergency Preparedness” category or the ”Organization” category, because I feel like it belongs equally to both.  This is something to help...
There are a few reasons I believe getting a fireproof waterproof box should be your next step in your EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS journey. It naturally follows the step of being prepared...