December 2, 2016

Apartment Evacuation Checklist: 3 Things to Take

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com

If you only had 30 minutes to evacuate your apartment, what would you take? Your computer? Your birth certificate? Your grandmother’s ring? Having to evacuate your home quickly is stressful enough, let alone having to decide what belongings to grab in a short amount of time.

Read the rest of the article here:  Apartment Evacuation Checklist:  3 Things to Take, up on the Allstate Blog.

Blog update:

I have been working on switching to another email provider, cleaning up the blog behind the scenes to improve loading times as well as making it more efficient.  Because of this, I have not been able to post as much lately.  The projects are almost done, and once I finish up, I will go back to posting two to three times a week as normal.

Thank you for your patience!

 

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2 Comments on Apartment Evacuation Checklist: 3 Things to Take

  1. One thing I saw in other blog posts is to grab your hamper. This was or a faster evacuation than 30 minutes though. That was if your house was on fire, basically. The idea was that if you grab your hamper, you will be able to quickly grab a lot of clothes, that are already packed. Clothes are something you will immediately need, they are expensive, and if you don’t have immediate access to your money, hard to get. If it’s cold, you really need them.

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