Part three in a series on preparing for disasters – making an emergency plan.
Day Two in the series on preparing for a disaster – staying informed prior to and during an emergency.
According to ASIC, up to 81% of Australians are under-insured. That means if your home is damaged and destroyed, you may not be able to afford to rebuild. Take an hour today to check that you are adequately insured and update insurance policies as necessary.
According to the Red Cross, only 1 in 5 Australians are prepared for an emergency or natural disaster. Starting this week is a series of baby steps that you can take to be prepared for disasters.
A certain amount of hoarding is the precursor to reusing, repurposing and recycling, but how do you balance keeping things ‘just in case’ with decluttering and simplifying your home? Here are four ways I have found balance the two.
This is part one of a two part guide to using Evernote to organise recipes for menu planning.
The key to running a household stress free is to create working systems that make doing the things you have to do quicker and easier. The bonus? Systems also save you money – read the full article to find out how.