Natural disasters can be scary to endure, even as grown adults. Just imagine being a child in the center of the storm, and completely dependent on an adult to guide them. Would your know how to speak with your child about how to weather the storm?
Watching natural disasters unfold around us, both on the news and even right in our backyards, is devastating. What helps during the most trying times is the willingness of others to extend a hand and assist their fellow man.
National Severe Weather Preparedness Week is this week. Prepare for these most common spring storms now so you’re not surprised by weather later.
We received excellent preparedness tips on our Living Preparedness Kit board on Pinterest. Here are a few of our favorites. Click to see the full how-to for each pin.
Some of the best movie plots have come out of a lack of being prepared. But what about movies where people are actually prepared for an emergency? Do those exist? We did some digging and found 5 movies that showcase (at least some sort) of emergency preparedness.
Always Being Prepared Isn’t Just for Boy and Girl Scouts – Engadget, PopGadget and Geek Alerts Recommend FRX
We never know when disaster will strike, but having a home emergency kit is the first step to having your home and family as prepared as possible. Emergency radios are a great addition to any home’s kit and we aren’t the only ones that think so. Check out these recommendations from Engadget, PopGadget and Geek [...]
April marks the beginning of tornado season. Are serious tornadoes predicted for 2012? A look back at 2011 severe weather trends and weather experts’ opinions on what’s coming in 2012 will help you stay ahead of the storms.
Regardless of why you’re going on spring break, it’s important to prepare your home to be vacant for the week!
Recently, Forbes took a look at those preparedness plans and declared what they believe to be the most, and least, disaster-proof cities. Keep reading for the top 3 in each category.
As 2011 comes to a close, it’s time to start making resolutions for next year. Often times these resolutions revolve around workout routines, eating habits or budget decisions. However, we’d like to offer some home safety resolutions — often times you don’t think about these things, but they’re important nonetheless.