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Hurricane Preparedness

INFOGRAPH: Hurricane season is quickly approaching. We have some tips that are sure to keep you and your family safe and prepared during this time of year.

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How to Get Emergency Power from a Phone Line

How to Get Emergency Power from a Phone Line gives great detail, and from what I read, this seems very possible to do? he seems to cover all the safety questions I had about it. I believe the wires are "alive" so why not?

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How to Create An Emergency Preparedness Kit

Filed Under: Featured Posts, Frugal Living, Tips and Tricks Tagged With: Frugal Living, Project Envolve COMMENTS Maralea says August 26,...

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For power outages: use solar yard lights as night lights indoors. Safer for kids than candles and they last a long time!

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Strap a Headlamp onto a Water Bottle to Make a Lamp

Does Leadership Quality Matter? - Becoming an effective and beloved leader is cultivated through self study, training and experience. Leadership skills are demonstrated through the progress of the employees they lead, innovation and exceeding organization

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How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit. Every June for the start of hurricane season here in Florida, I start collecting water in old cat litter jugs for flushing our toilets if we lose power (we have so many times), I keep drinking water bottles also, stock up on nonperishables, but I never thought of fruit cups♥

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Bleach to water ratio for purification.

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How to Hurricane-proof your home

Infographic: How to Hurricane-Proof Your Home

How to Hurricane-proof your home

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Day 19 - Gather Important Information, The Evacuation Box - 72 Hour Kits - Disaster Preparation

National Preparedness Month Challenge – Gather Important Information - the Evacuation Box

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This week is Hurricane Preparedness Week, and MPB is partnering with the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency to bring you daily tips and reminders on how to stay safe as we begin hurricane season! Today's tip: Prepare an emergency supply kit AHEAD OF TIME! Check out this list of even more ideas!