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  • Elizabeth Merritt

    Emergency Binder - A binder with all the documents and emergency information you can grab at a moment's notice // Good idea...

  • Hailey Jones

    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. (IDK about my SS cards but everything else seems like a good idea!)

  • Angela Marcinko

    An emergency binder is a place to store birth and marriage certificates, passports, social security cards, home insurance information, car insurance information, emergency cash, missing fliers for your family members, etc. Its all in one convenient place that is easy to grab on your way out the door. Good idea

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I need to do this! A binder for all important documents in case of fire, tornado, etc. (passports, birth & marriage certificates, social security cards, mortgage info, home owners info). I would put something like this in a fire proof box along with my external hard drive that I store all my pictures on.

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Need to make one of these for all the kids and put it with a blown up black and white of them as newborns! Great baby shower gift (of coarse after baby is born)

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In case of an emergency. quite possibly the best 72 hr kit I've seen. she even has a documents binder.

She has so many printables and most of them can be typed on and then printed. Lots of holiday organization printables.

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