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Family emergency binder (store passports, birth and marriage certificates, SS cards, health records, emergency contacts, extra money, etc). Keep in safe place and easy access in case of fire or emergency evacuation. See template GREAT IDEA

from Mom with a PREP

Family Emergency Binder: Free Checklist to Create Your Own

Do you have a Family Emergency Binder at home? Do you always mean to put one together but just haven't had time? Here's a resource to find an emergency binder just for you that you can put together quickly - includes fabulous ready-made binders and free downloads.

from Simply Kierste Design Co.

{a clean home

Print out a chart that works with your home. Recycle an old frame and frame it. Post in an accessible place. Use a dry-erase marker to check things off as you do them. At the end of the day/week/month use a soft cloth to clean glass. Great for kids and adults!

HOMEOWNERS RED FILE FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ~ A Red File is a binder with all your important documents in one place. In case of an emergency, it can be easily retrieved and taken to safety. Make exact COPIES of credit cards, medical ID cards (front and back), auto and home insurance policies, passwords etc... Extensive list of items that should be included, many of which you may not have thought of!

from Your Own Home Store

Create an Important Documents Grab and Go binder

Emergency Notebook with printables so you can make your own for your family! The military teaches you how to do this. It's called "my life in a box" for emergencies.--Important-Documents

from Mesa Moving Tips & Tricks

15 Best Moving Tips: To Make Your Move Easier

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Genius – 20 Pics - Great idea for moving or an extended period of time away from home!

from Dengarden

How to Organize the House and Keep it Clean Easily

Our family chore list - click to see the full version. it includes our daily, twice weekly, weekly and monthly tasks.

from Parents

Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster?

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? (via Parents.com) The letter to her son at the end would be good...thinking of all the kids that were stranded in schools without their parents :(