If your child is going back to in person this year in some capacity, your anxiety levels, and theirs, may be going through the roof. While prepping for this year might seem strange, it’s not impossible.
All of our coronavirus prepping has led us to a lot of good resources and given us a solid knowledge base for SHTF scenarios. Here are some helpful tips we can take with us into the next pandemic or crisis.
Some parents say that their kid complains about having to wear a mask to the grocery store, and a mandatory wear for eight hours will be worse. Luckily, we’ve come up with some tips that can help you to get your child to wear a mask.
With summer fun in the sun comes some potential danger of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. It’s important as temperatures rise that people know the differences between a heat stroke and exhaustion, how to avoid heat stroke and heat exhaustion and how to alleviate symptoms.
It is thought that the coronavirus can live on surfaces for up to 72 hours, so it’s important to disinfect as many common touch points as possible, as often as possible, to help prevent the spread of disease.
It was thought that COVID-19 would act similarly to the flu in that cases would die down for the summer, but that has not been the case.
Many people have been wondering “how can we stay healthy in summer season conditions? “
Fireworks, barbecues, and fun daytimes activities make for a great time, but we want to make sure that you are doing it as safely as possible with some Fourth of July safety tips!
With many states reopening, there are a lot of people who are looking to go away for the weekend and participate in outdoor activities that let them escape from their home. While you want to make sure that you are being cautious and preparing for a potential second wave of Coronavirus, it can also be good for your mental health to do something different.
We’ve compiled some things for your weekend survival kits that you might want to include.
It is important to have a family hurricane preparedness plan in place should a disaster strike, you have a plan to fall back on.
These past few weeks, our country has seen a lot of turmoil and unrest. All 50 states and major cities saw protests for George Floyd and gatherings in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. While most protests were peaceful, there were some that turned violent.