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I came across this post on Stepcase Lifehack a little while back and wanted to pass it on before National Preparedness Month ended. The opening paragraphs sum the article up nicely.
People create emergency kits for car problems and bad weather, but few create kits to deal with more common but less urgent situations. In particular, misplacing a wallet or forgetting a work laptop at home can play havoc with a person’s workday.
With a little bit of planning, you can create emergency kits that will let you deal with these types of situations in a calm and productive manner.

The whole article is HERE and I highly recommend checking it out. I think it's a great way to close out preparedness month.

This is a great concept that I'm retitling "everyday preparedness". Between the examples the author gives and one from the comments (the clothing etc that are in a gym bag/locker) you've got some great ideas for managing day-to-day incidents. I used to keep a couple of changes of clothes in my office when I worked in Baltimore and I've just never gotten around to bringing the extras in to the office now that I've moved. And I've been here three years. Reading this may be enough to get me motivated.
Author: Joel Palmer
Posted: September 30, 2011, 1:00 pm

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