Get Home Plans: When Disaster Strikes Away from Home

March 19, 2014 by  
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Get Home Plans: When Disaster Strikes Away from Home

When planning for disasters, one of the most overlooked areas is often what happens in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Even more problematic – especially if you’re not prepared to deal with it – is what happens when you find yourself away from home during a disaster.

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Preparedness Inventory Assessments: When was the last time you checked your preps?

February 28, 2014 by  
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Preparedness Inventory Assessments: When was the last time you checked your preps?

So you think you’re prepared? Well let me ask you; when was the last time you took an inventory of your preparedness supplies? When was the last time you assessed of your personal preparedness levels?

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Using Your Bathtub for Emergency Water Storage

February 27, 2014 by  
Filed under Food & Water, Preparedness

Using Your Bathtub for Emergency Water Storage

It doesn’t take much to make your local water supply undrinkable; in fact, boil orders and even do-not-drink orders are pretty common occurrences during a natural disaster. That’s why you need to take emergency water storage seriously.

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Food Safety in a Power Outage: Refrigerated Food and Power Outages

February 25, 2014 by  
Filed under Food & Water, Preparedness

Food Safety in a Power Outage: Refrigerated Food and Power Outages

One question that we get quite a bit – especially after a large storm takes down the power lines – is about food safety. People just don’t know what to do with all that food once the power goes out. Is it safe to eat? Is there a way to save it once the power goes out?

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Holiday Preparedness Thoughts: Stocking Up and Giving the Gift of Preparedness

December 2, 2013 by  
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Holiday Preparedness Thoughts: Stocking Up and Giving the Gift of Preparedness

The time of years is upon us again, a time when people spend billions of dollars on useless gifts that most people will probably never use. Instead of wasting all that money, why not use it to better prepare yourself and your family?

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