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December 2015

Found 2 blog entries for December 2015.

So, you've been working like mad so you can take a few days off over the holidays and Christmas shopping like a champ in your free time. Now it's days - or maybe hours - from when your family will be descending on your home, and it looks like a Ronda Rousey fight just took place in your living room. When you don't have time to call a housekeeper or do a top-to-bottom overhaul, you need tips for quick fixes to pull it all together.

1. De-clutter in a pinch

"If you have heaps of laundry and a mishmash of toiletries in the bathroom but no time to get to them, throw it all into the bathtub and close the curtain or door," said KCET.

2. Or, throw it all under the bed

This hidden space is great for all the stuff you don't have another place for.

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Being prepared helps families alleviate fears and reduce potential losses related to disasters. In the event of emergencies or disasters, injured people need to receive help within the first hour of the incident. Often family members and co-workers are the first responders. First-aid kits are a necessity for attending to victims and should be kept in homes, vehicles, schools and workplaces. 

You may purchase first-aid kits or customize your own kits for families, schools and businesses. Some kits are designed for specific activities, such as hiking, camping or boating.

Make sure your kits have all the supplies you may need. Include personal items, such as mediciations and emergency phone numbers, or other items your health care provider may suggest.

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