September may be National Preparedness Month, but the reality is that disaster can come all year long. We’ve seen this first hand over the past couple of weeks with Hurricane Harvey, Irma, Jose and now Maria. And depending on our region, we also see hail storms, earthquakes, wildfires and more.
Are you prepared if a disaster were to hit? If you aren’t, making sure to prioritize this initiative for you and your family is smart. Disasters don’t plan ahead, but you can.
Here are 9 things you can do now to ensure you are prepared:
For more on National Preparedness Month and what you can do, please visit Ready.gov.
About the blogger: Angela Caban is an Army National Guard spouse, published author and branding expert. In 2010, she founded the Homefront United Network, a military spouse and family support blog created to assist spouses who do not live near an installation, but also focusing on bridging the gap between National Guard, Reserve and Active Duty spouses. She has an extensive background in Human Resources and Communications, with her Bachelor’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Human Resources. Angela resides in the beautiful Garden State of New Jersey with her husband and two children.
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