Making a 72-Hour Kit for Emergencies | Families
Do you have a 72 Hour Kit? FEMA recommends that each household puts together a disaster supplies kit that “is simply a collection of basic items your household may need in the event of an emergency.” But where do you even start when you are ready to make your kit?
If you Google “72 Hour kit,” you will get an overwhelming 4.6 million hits! So to make things a little simpler for you (and I’m all about simple), I’ve rounded up some websites and blog posts that can help you.
Andi Willis is a Professional Organizer and the owner of Good Life Organizing based in Perry, GA. She is passionate about helping people find creative solutions to organizing their homes and simplifying their lives. From piles of old photos to files of digital pictures, bedrooms to playrooms, home offices to kitchens, no project is too large or too small to tackle. Working with clients from busy moms to busy executives, Andi can help you get past the clutter and get on with your life! Andi is a proud member of National Association of Professional Organizers, Institute for Chronic Disorganization, Association of Personal Photo Organizers and the Perry Area Chamber of Commerce.
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Professional Organizer Andi Willis is passionate about helping people find creative solutions to organizing their homes and simplifying their lives. Working with clients from busy moms to busy executives, Andi can help you get past the clutter and get on with your life! More information about Andi and Good Life Organizing can be found at www.goodlifeorganizing.net.