The arrival of spring signifies a time of rejuvenation, but the season can also bring severe weather. For many of us, that means spring cleaning efforts should include organizing our documents and possessions for a disaster emergency kit, as recommended by the Department of Homeland Security.
Water tops this list, along with nonperishable food items, a flashlight, batteries, a battery-powered or hand-crank radio and a first-aid kit.* Less obvious, however, are the items that may help you reconstruct your life after a disaster.
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*Source: www.ready.gov, Feb. 22, 2017.