Colette from My Computer is My Canvas drops by this week to share 8 emergency preparedness hacks she has learned first hand from living through several natural disasters, including Hurricane Sandy. Don’t miss this important information from someone who has been there. She even includes one of her amazing printables to help you get organized in your preparedness efforts!
Getting prepared for emergencies can feel overwhelming. Preparedness beginners may feel that they have to prepare for anything and everything all at once, but there is a better way. Here are 5 tips to help you get started with your emergency preparedness efforts.
Get started on emergency preparedness now with these 5 simple methods. They don’t take much time at all, but will bring big results.
The new year is a time for goal setting and reflection. This year, try setting emergency preparedness goals as an important step in helping you feel better prepared. Breaking your specific preparedness goals into measurable, actionable steps will help you set goals that are both realistic and attainable. Included in this post is a printable worksheet that will help you with your preparedness game plan.