Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Be Prepared

Disasters can strike at any time and for any reason. Therefore, you need to do your best to make sure that you and your family are prepared for a wide range of situations that could be potentially dangerous. Many people just go through their lives thinking that nothing bad could ever happen to them. They always think it will be someone else who gets into trouble. This is not the way you should live your life. Taking some time to get yourself prepared for the unlikely event of disaster could possibly save the lives of your family. Here are some of the best ways to prepare for a disaster. 


A human can only survive for several days without water. Therefore, it should not be a big surprise that water should be at the top of your list in terms of things you will need to stock up on in preparation for a disaster. Buy a minimum of several dozen large cases of bottled water. The amount you buy should be enough to supply every member of your family for at least one week. You should also take into account any pets that you have living with you because they will obviously need water to survive as well.


Humans are able to survive much longer without food than they can without water. However, you do not want to put yourself or your family in a situation where they have no food for an extended period of time. Fortunately, there are a wide range of food options to choose from when it comes to preparing for a disaster. Canned food will usually not expire for at least two years after you buy it. There are also many meals are non-perishable. These are similar to the meals that are given to members of the military. They are already cooked. Many of them only require you to add water in order to prepare them. Buy a large amount of food and store it in several locations. You should do this because one of the locations might be destroyed by a disaster such as a fire. Keeping your food in more than one place makes it impossible to lose all of your food at once. Check the expiration dates on the food items periodically and replace them if they have expired. Make sure all members of your family know where your food and water are being stored.


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