Photo by Lukas on Pexels.com For those of you who have been paying attention, you've probably noticed a conspicuous absence of posts or activity on my part. That's because I've been working on something that is incredibly important to me and which is taking up a lot of my time. We've successfully soft-launched, and the … Continue reading What am I up to?
It has been a busy couple of weeks! We had our holiday weekend up here in Canada, followed by some sudden energy into another project I'm working on. As a result, it turns out to have been 10 days since I posted here! Later on, I'll be posting about some resiliency-building work we've been doing … Continue reading 52 Weeks, 52 Books – Book 15
It's always nice when you start to see the fruits of your labour pay off. A while back, I announced a partnership with the Stanstead House Concert Network. Well, the first step in that partnership is complete with a second on the way. We are now offering Road Warrior First Aid Kits for travelling musicians, … Continue reading Woohoo!
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com So many people think that they don't have the time to make an emergency plan, and they would all be wrong! It doesn't take forever, heck you can do it in less time than it takes to watch an episode of, well, anything! So, instead of reading a lengthy post, … Continue reading What Are You Waiting For? THIS Is your Invitation
This post has been adapted from one provided free of charge by the Government of Canada and Public Safety Canada via GetPrepared.ca Using Technology During a Disaster Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com We rely on technology more and more to keep in touch with our family, friends, and colleagues with a click of a button. … Continue reading Disasters and Technology
TL;DR Version: Use Coupon Code EPWK19 to save 10% in my store at http://www.firstaidresilience.com all this week. And it won't cost you a fortune... All you have to do is get yourself a First Aid Kit. That's right...a simple, basic first aid kit that you can keep around the house. How exactly does this increase … Continue reading One Simple Thing YOU Can do RIGHT NOW to Increase your Resilience
Here in Canada, the first full week of May is celebrated as Emergency Preparedness Week. While I have my own big news coming on Tuesday to help you with your preparedness and resilience, there are lots of other resources out there to help you with getting ready for an emergency! Photo by GEORGE DESIPRIS on … Continue reading Welcome to Emergency Preparedness Week 2019
Photo by the Associated Press The world watched in sorrow as the historic and beautiful Notre Dame-de-Paris cathedral went up in flames on Monday. I had the opportunity to visit 20 years ago while on an exchange with a number of high school classmates. A highlight of that trip will always be my classmates singing … Continue reading 3 Emergency Management Awareness Points during Monumental Fires
The areas of the US that were amongst the hardest hit in the "Bomb Cyclone" a few weeks ago are now in the line of fire for another major storm that is expected to set records for both snowfall and barometric pressure. This area of the world has already experienced major flooding from the weather … Continue reading Bomb Cyclone – Round 2
It has become blatantly obvious to me that I am falling behind in my quest to read a book per week. So, I've decided to take the week out of the title and just stick with the book...feels more productive that way! Today's book is a delightful romp through the ways in which the electrical … Continue reading 52 Weeks, 52 Books – Book 11