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31 Days of Organizing Tips with Geralin Thomas Day 10 – Password Management Tips Update your passwords. For security, avoid your pet’s name, your children’s names and other common words and phrases. To easily remember passwords, create a formula like the name of your neighbor’s pet followed by the last three digits of […]
Emergency Preparedness You just never know when you might have to evacuate your home due to a natural disaster or other type of emergency. Be prepared and ready to leave in a hurry by having all the supplies you might need assembled in one easy-to-locate area of your home. Here are suggestions in the event […]
Being Hurricane Ready Don’t know why there’s no sun up in the sky…stormy weather… Everyone knows that they should be prepared for as many types of disasters as possible. That’s why we have insurance, right? Unfortunately, in the event of a hurricane, few know exactly what to do in addition to grabbing their flashlights, batteries […]
Whether you’re heading out the door for work or heading out of town for a week, you want to feel confident that your home is as crime-proof as possible. Your home should be the place that you feel safest, but sadly, home invasions happen frequently and can often be prevented with just a few adjustments around the house.
Here are a few organizing tips for making your home safe and secure:
Reading the news some days can be pretty depressing: earthquakes, floods, oil spills, tropical storms and other disasters are devastating. There’s not much you can do to prevent some of these events from occurring, but you can minimize their impact on your home and your family by assembling the things you’re likely to need in the event of an emergency.
Memorial Day is almost here! Are you ready for it?
Whether it’s a rash, hives, bee sting or mosquito bite, or whether you’re a parent of one or a parent of multiples, having a well-stocked, family-friendly first aid kit or medicine cabinet is a must. Gathering essentials and being prepared is a necessity – plus, organizing a first aid kit is an easy-to-assemble, thoughtful project and loving gesture that will be greatly appreciated when it’s needed. Assembling the contents in a fresh, clean, easy-to-find yet out-of-reach place doesn’t need to be complicated or expensive – it just takes a bit of planning.
June 1st is the official start of Hurricane season and as we all know, it’s better to prepare ahead.
If you tend to be disorganized, here are a few sites that can help you get organized, so you’ll be prepared for the unexpected.