Stay-home activities for kids can be tricky to think up, but I’ve made a list of 23 and counting. A couple of weeks ago I…Read More
Ultimately, the key to effective disaster preparedness is to make it a communal effort. If predictions of weeks-long waits for local and federal government assistance following a major emergency are accurate, then households are going to need to work cooperatively with neighbors to survive. This blog is a tool to begin to bring us together sooner, rather than later.
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If the coronavirus has forced you into self-isolation, why not make the most of it? If you suddenly have extra time on your hands because…Read More
It may be hard to believe, but hand washing is the top recommendation for preventing the spread of the coronavirus and every other virus. It…Read More
September is National Preparedness Month. Several government departments and agencies such as FEMA, and The Department of Homeland Security, promote the event. Their goal is…Read More
“If you’re hungry enough, you’ll eat anything.” That’s the common maxim, and it’s true, of course, but for most of us spoiled Americans, it takes…Read More
What’s in your “Go” kit? Emergency supply “Go” kits come in all shapes and sizes. If you are making your own, the first question you should…Read More