Emergency preparedness is a reassuring way to feel a sense of agency in the face of events you might otherwise have no control of. Adequate prepping can reduce the fear, anxiety and losses that accompany disasters. So take some time, put together a plan and stock on some of these supplies. You’ll feel better if you do!
September is National Preparedness Month—which means it’s time to revisit your family’s plans for dealing with power outages, floods and other disasters. Here are three home safety tips that will help.