Tag Archives: emergency preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

How would your family fare during an emergency? Adults may be able to wing it for a couple of days, but if you are a parent, you better be prepared for a worse case scenario. Many who thought they were prepared for Hurricane Sandy, found that they had grossly underestimated how horrible the hurricane could […]

Rainy Day Food Insurance

In my last blog, In Case of Emergency, I covered items to consider for emergency preparedness. Included, was a recommendation of a minimum of 3 days (preferably 3 months to a year) of food provisions. Food storage is right up my ally. I love having a well-stocked pantry. If I’m in a pinch for dinner, […]

In Case of Emergency…

September is National Preparedness Month Presidential Proclamation: “I encourage all Americans to recognize the importance of preparedness and observe this month by working together to enhance our national security, resilience, and readiness.” The time to prepare is BEFORE an emergency. Once an alert has been given, it takes only a few hours for store shelves […]