Thursday Thoughts: National Preparedness month is wrapping up. Have you done something to be a little more prepared in case of an emergency? 🚨 Any day is a good day to help future you! FEMA is a great resource for getting started. https://www.ready.gov/. The high priority tasks that I recommend include...
• 1. Creating an emergency kit for your home and vehicle. I can help with that! 🙋♀️
• 2. Making a plan with your family for where you will meet up and have a phone number for an out-of-state contact if possible.
• 3. Training your family (and yourself!) on how to turn off utilities.
• 4. Preparing supplies for any pets you have.
• 5. Keeping at least a half tank of gas in your car in case of evacuation.
Have you done any of these tasks? Do you have another one to share? Let’s help each other to be prepared! ✅
Completed a fun Friday project putting together an emergency kit for my mom to keep in her car. It makes me happy to use my organizing experience and enthusiasm to help my family too!!
Do you have an emergency kit?
It’s Day 27 in the July Clutter Independence Challenge!
We’re in the home stretch now. This is the last official day. I will wrap us up tomorrow. As you may recall, we didn’t start this challenge on the 1st of July. That’s ok, we’re seeking progress, not perfection! Today is the day to look for any clutter in your vehicles 🚗. I have done this recently, so thought I’d provide inspiration with some useful things I like to keep in our car.
Comment below if you’d like to know more about them!😊
Will you be driving somewhere for Thanksgiving next week?
This time of year weather and traffic can be unpredictable. Be safe and prepared with emergency supplies that you can store in your vehicle. An emergency kit and first aid supplies will give you peace of mind in most any situation. Here are some pics of what I like to keep in our car and truck. Hopefully this will inspire you to make your own kit!
Please share in the comments what supplies you like to keep in your vehicle!