Notes

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 4: Prepare Financially

    One of the best ways to prepare for any emergency is to be financially prepared to handle whatever situation you may face. Experts agree that you should have enough saved to cover about three to six months of expenses. Sadly, most Americans don’t have enough to cover a $1,000 unexpected expense, such as a medical emergency or forced time off … Read More

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 3: Assemble Disaster Supplies

    Based on the numerous empty shelves at the grocery store over the past few months, it’s evident that many people have stocked up on food, toiletries and cleaning supplies, so they’re prepared for local shelter in place orders due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus. The good news is that you likely have supplies for ten days as recommended by hurricane preparedness … Read More

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 2: Know Your Evacuation Zone

    If you’ve ever lived through a hurricane, you know the dangers that heavy wind and water can pose to your home and your community. Sadly, many people wait until it’s too late and find themselves on clogged freeways trying to get out of harms way, or worse, trapped inside their homes as the flood water rises.

    As Benjamin Franklin once … Read More

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 1: Know Your Hurricane Risk

    Hurricane season officially begins June 1 and runs through November 30 each year. Hurricane Preparedness Week takes place May 3-9, 2020, to provide tips to get you and your family ready for another season of storms.

    For 2020, forecasters predict a higher than average season with 18 named storms, nine of them hurricanes, and four of them are expected to … Read More