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We live in a comfortable age – much of our lives are electronic, automated, and wireless, from our office work to our communications with friends and family.

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Compact Trunk OrganizerWinter Emergency Preparedness
For many of us, the winter season brings harsh driving conditions. Make sure you're prepared; check your tire pressure regularly (don't forget to check the spare tire), keep your windshield ice scraper handy, and pack a blanket and an extra coat in the car.

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Holiday Décor
When you pull out your holiday décor to "deck the halls," you probably take down several of your year-round wall hanging and other decorations. The best thing to do with them is to put them in your holiday storage boxes; Not only will you know exactly where they are, but you'll have them on-hand when you're ready to swap back. 

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September is National Emergency Preparedness Month. When disaster strikes, organization can save you from all sorts of problems, from getting through the hours after the event to handling insurance claims in the weeks ahead.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) suggests three steps to prepare for an emergency - get a kit, make a plan, and stay informed.

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By Sarah Welch

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By Joshua Zerkel

September was Emergency Preparedness Month- did you take steps to organize for this important time? If not, here's an article to keep you motivated to plan accordingly, as it's never too late to prepare for an emergency.

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By Alicia Rockmore and Sarah Welch

Why is that that the only time we think to get prepared is when disaster is breathing down our necks?

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By Alicia Rockmore and Sarah Welch

Why is the only time we think about getting prepared when disaster has already struck? Often, when we hear about disasters, we think, “I really should get a plan and things together in case of an emergency,” but most of us never get around to doing anything about it. Read these simple steps to get ready for the unexpected.

1—Get a Kit
2—Make a Plan
3—Be Informed

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