In any type of an emergency, preparation is the key to remaining calm and keeping one’s wits about them. In order to keep children in that same frame of mind during an emergency, it is essential to prepare them, as well. One of the easiest things to prepare for is a short term power outage. […]
It is just common sense to be prepared to keep the family at home for a few days, should an ebola case be identified in your area, or when the flu goes around later in the year. Here are some simple things you can do to prepare your family to stay away from public contact.
Something as simple as a sick child can throw your daily schedule into a frenzy. It is a wonderful feeling to be able to provide a sick or stressed friend with a home-cooked meal on a moment’s notice – and without neglecting your responsibilities to your own family.
Emergencies bring stress. There really is no way around that. But there are things one can do to reduce that stress and maintain morale.
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