Emergency Preparedness E-book Giveaway

Congratulations to the following winners of the Emergency Preparedness Ebook!!  Winners have been notified by email.

My good friend, Toni from A Bowl Full of Lemons is leading an 8 week step by step program to create an emergency survival station for your family on her blog.  Regardless of where you live and what your emergency possibilities may be, Toni’s program is a must!

Toni has also created an e-book that combines perfectly with her program to give anyone what they need in an emergency situation.  The book contains printable lists and guides as well as necessary information for emergency preparedness and planning.  All from Toni’s perspective – Toni lived through a horrific experience during Hurricane Floyd and is also a medical professional.  Need to be more prepared?  Check out Toni’s e-book – you’ll be glad you did!

The e-book contains:

Checklist for setting up your storage area

Food & Water Storage Guide

72 Hour Kit Checklist

First Aid Kit Inventory

First Aid Kit Printable

Important Documents & Cash Stash Checklist

“Grab” in case of emergency list

List of personal documents to place in Emergency Binder

Family Emergency Plan Printable

Insurance Policies Printable

Family Health Information Printable

Emergency Numbers Printable

Important Numbers Printable

Supplies Tips

EmergencySupplies Checklist

Faraday Cage Directions

Hygiene & Pet Kit Sheet

Hygiene List

Pet Kit Checklist

Comfort Kit Checklist

Fun Kit Checklist

and more!

Here’s what Toni has to say….

Getting your “life organized” can include an array of things, but emergency planning is one that is often forgotten. To become fully organized, you must have a “plan” in case of an emergency. Those who do, will feel more in control if a true emergency should arise. In my “Emergency Preparedness” E-Book, I share how to put together an emergency survival station for you and your family. An “emergency survival station” is described as an area in your home where you store emergency supplies that are needed in case of an emergency, natural disaster, etc. In the event that you are part of an emergency of any kind, you can be well prepared to deal with it. I also show you how to put together a function First Aid Kit, 72 Hour Kit, Pet kit, Comfort Kit, Emergency Binder, and Emergency Supplies. Included in the E-Book are many printables for your Emergency Binder along with checklists to complete your survival station. I also created a blog challenge to go along with my E-Book. If you want to create an Emergency Survival Station in your home and follow along with my 8 week program, visit my blog here to learn more. It’s never too late to get your family prepared!

Toni is giving away 3 copies of Emergency Preparedness here on the blog – check out the Rafflecopter below to enter for your chance to win this amazing resource!

The Fine Print

  • 3 winners will be chosen using Rafflecopter.
  • No purchase necessary.
  • Giveaway begins Saturday, December 15, 2012 and ends at midnight eastern time Friday, December 21, 2012.
  • Winners will be e-mailed and announced here on Saturday, December 22, 2012.
  • Winners have 7 days to respond to e-mail.

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  1. Michele says

    I think that we all need to be prepared for any disaster that might happen. It sounds like this book would be a great help in doing that.

  2. says

    Thank you so much for all of the information you give. You are right the one that is probably most forgot about is emergeny kits. Especially, with myself living in Idaho. Thank you for all of your help. I posted you on Facebook so other friends will know what you area all about

  3. renee says

    love this. we were hit by hurricane katrina and were out of our house for 2 weeks at the snap of our fingers. everyone needs a plan.

  4. says

    An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, as someone who recently moved from Tornado country to an area where snow abounds.. being prepared for the things nature has in store is always on my mind.. You got me in this raffle

  5. JoAnn Larsen says

    Hi! I have your blog bookmarked and visit it regularly. I’m a retired grandma who loves to try to be organized, and I especially liked your post about emergency preparedness. I have 72-hour kits for me, my husband, and our dogs, and like a lot of folks, I used backpacks for the kits. I had major spine surgery about 6 months ago, and although it was successful, I will never be able to safely carry anything heavy, like, say – a backpack full of emergency items. So I’m now in the process of reconfiguring our kits, and this time including at least one carry-on sized rolling bag instead of a backpack. I’m sure there are plenty of other folks like me for whom carrying a heavy backpack is simply not possible, including small children.

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