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One of the first things you need to do when you move into a new neighborhood is make a list of all the emergency contact numbers. I know in this day and age of information at your finger-tips it may seem unnecessary, but the last thing you want to do if you need to get to the hospital or emergency vet clinic is spend the time to find them online!
Here's a list of the most valuable emergency numbers - best to keep them posted on your fridge or by your home phone (if you've still got one of those!):
In light of the tragic earthquake in Japan, I’d first like to say on behalf of all of us at BoxCart, our hearts and prayers go out to all those affected by this disaster and the subsequent tsunamis! You also may be wondering – is my house ready if an earthquake hits
While all our hearts and thoughts go out to those in Japan and the other regions affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami, it's also a good time to make sure you're prepared if a disaster strikes right here at home. Here's an list of emergency supplies that will help, in the event of a disaster or evacuation. Better to be prepared before disaster strikes!
If you’re getting ready to move, one of the best ways to make the process relatively stress-free, is to get very comfortable with lists and calendars.
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