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How To Set Up An ICE Contact On Your iPhone

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Did you know that your iPhone can save your life?

And it’s not just iPhones but any kind of smartphone, like the Samsung Galaxy, Droid Incredible or Nokia Lumia.

The secret is letting your phone do the talking for you in an emergency. And the way to do that, is with iCE.

What is ICE?

During Hurricane Katrina, so many people were injured, unconscious and separated from their families that emergency workers came up with the idea of putting an iCE – In Case Of Emergency – Contact in their cell phones. Now, when a patient who is unconscious or unable to speak comes into the emergency room, hospitals worldwide check their smartphone for an iCE contact, to help them locate their next of kin.

Everyone in your family should have an iCE contact in his or her smartphone. In fact, they should have two just in case the first contact is unavailable. If you have our book Get Your Stuff Together you should already have at least one iCE contact. But in case you don’t, grab your iPhone and let’s get started.

Grab Your Phone & Let’s Get Started

Before you begin, you’d better decide who your iCE Contacts will be.

The first one of course will be your spouse, partner, best friend or close relative. Someone that you want there with you at the hospital or, if need be, making decisions on your behalf. But what if that person is also injured, or is out of town or forgot to charge their phone? Why not choose one additional person to be an iCE Contact – someone very close to you, who you know will drop everything to race to your side and handle things until your significant other can be reached.

Let’s set up your first iCE Contact.

Touch the Contacts Icon on your iPhone to open up your Contacts. Click on the plus sign + to add a new contact and touch the Name Field. Don’t put the name of your contact in this field, only the word ICE.

Now touch the Company Name Field. Here is where you put your contact’s name and his or her relationship to you. For example, John Jones – Husband. That way a doctor or nurse reading it, will know that this contact is your husband.

There’s actually an important reason that we’re setting it up this way, but we’ll get to that in a moment.

Time To Make Your iPhone Do Some Heavy Lifting…

The best thing about a smartphone is that you can put everything that you need to communicate, right inside this one contact. Here’s the basic information you need to include:

♦ Your emergency contact’s main phone number, mobile number and work number.

♦ Email Address & IM, Twitter or Facebook address (these are vital in case you need to send that contact an emergency message or quick update).

♦ Your contact’s schedule if there are specific days that he or she is at a certain location.

♦ Be sure to include every piece of information you can. Why? When people are injured in a regional emergency, like a tornado or an earthquake, not every type of communication will be working. For instance, after the Japan earthquake, many people were able to reach each other via Twitter or Facebook even though their landlines and Wi-Fi weren’t working.

Like most smartphones, your iPhone lets you change, add or create fields inside the contact, so that you can customize it as much as you like. In general, all you need to do is touch and hold the name of the field that you want to change. This will bring up a menu of alternate field names to choose from, including the option to Create A Field and add whatever you need.

But what about information that doesn’t fit into an iPhone field? That’s when you turn to your new best friend – the Notes section. Notes holds quite a bit of information, so simply put the miscellaneous information you need to communicate, in there.

What kind of information?

A list of Allergies, the Medications you’re currently taking, Names and Phone Numbers of your Healthcare Providers and contact information for your Insurance Company. Just make sure you don’t put any member numbers, social security numbers or financial information in your phone.

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What Other Types of Information Should I Put In My iCE Contact?

Whatever you want. Let’s say that two or three lines of Current Medications and Allergies isn’t enough. Then why not create a medical history form for yourself and every member of the family, put it in a password protected online folder, and place the link to it in the Notes section of your iCE Contact. This way a doctor can access your, your spouse’s or your kid’s basic medical history, while you’re en route to the hospital.

If you don’t have your own Medical History Form, go ahead and download ours. Just right click on the link and save it to your desktop.

And while you’re at it, you can put medical treatment release forms for your children in the folder as well, and place the links to those forms in their ICE contacts. You can also put in links to a full list of contacts or emergency numbers, or links to your family’s evacuation plan and gathering locations, so that every member of your family always has all the information they need, right at their fingertips.

By the way, don’t forget to make emergency cards for your family too. Download them here, and tuck them into their wallets with their ID, just in case their mobile phones can’t be accessed after an accident or regional emergency.

Let’s Make Sure No One Misses It!

Make your ICE contacts stand out by using the Add Photo function to upload a graphic like this one.

You can either make your own graphic or download ours free by right clicking this link, choosing Save Target/Link As and saving the graphic to your desktop.

What About The Rest of The Family?

Every family has one person who keeps everyone else organized. And since you’re reading this post, something tells me it’s probably you!

If that’s the case, it’s up to you to ensure every member of your household not only has iCE Contacts set up on his or her phone, but that everyone’s phone contains all of the contact information for every other family member. That way you’ll be able to get in touch with each other as quickly as possible in an emergency.

And don’t forget that you can always put an iCE Contact in your family’s iPods or other devices as well. Just because you don’t have a phone with you while you’re running doesn’t mean you can’t stay safe!

What If Your Phone Is Password Locked?

I know what you’re thinking. iCE contacts are great – as long as emergency personnel can actually see my iCE information. But what if you lock your iPhone with a password?

Believe it or not, in many cities emergency workers aren’t allowed to break into a password protected mobile phone, even in an emergency. Which means that having an iCE contact on a password protected phone is useless, right?

Wrong!

As long as you set up your iCE contact correctly, all an emergency worker has to do is ask Siri to retrieve it for them!

And THAT is why we had you put nothing but the word iCE in the Name field of your iCE Contact.

Even when your iPhone is passcode locked, all you have to do is Press and Hold Down the Main Home Key on your phone to access Siri. Then say to Siri, “Contacts ICE”. Siri will then display all the information you have saved as iCE. If you place any other words in the name field besides iCE, your phone will sort it differently and Siri won’t recognize the contact as iCE.

Remember, if someone is looking for your iCE Contact, you may be unconscious and unable to communicate medical information for yourself. In fact, if you do tend to password lock your phone, you should definitely put vital medical information like allergies or chronic illnesses into the Notes Section of your contact as well, just in case the iCE contact is the only contact on your phone that medical personnel can access.

Take a look at the graphic below, to see what happens when you ask Siri for your iCE Contact.

And if you happen to be a healthcare professional, remember these instructions the next time you encounter an unconscious patient with a locked iPhone. Press and hold down the main home key to access Siri and say “Contacts ICE”. You never know. That one little question might just uncover all of the information you need to save a life!

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What If Siri Won’t Bring Up That Contact When Your Phone Is Password Locked?

On a few iPhones, depending on the model and operating system, Siri won’t bring up any contacts when your phone is locked. The best time to find out if this is true for your phone, is now – before someone needs to find your iCE Contact! All you have to do is set up your contact, lock your phone and ask Siri for the contact.

If Siri doesn’t locate the contact, simply put your iCE Contact information on your lock screen as a graphic. Problem solved!

No matter what though, saving an iCE contact on your iPhone is about to get a lot easier.

Apple recently announced that iOS 8 iPhones will come equipped with iCE Contacts. So once the new OS is installed on your phone, all you have to do is reread this post or right click on this link to download How To Put An iCE Contact On Your iPhone and follow our instructions to set up your family’s iCE Contacts.

Do yourself a favor. Take five minutes right now to set up your family’s iCE contacts. That way your family will have all the information they need to stay safe and secure, no matter what the situation.

Talk about peace of mind!

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More Amazing Things You Can Do In 5 Minutes Or Less

Create Your Family’s Evacuation Plan

Download and Back Up Your Digital Photos

Keep Your Medical History At Your Fingertips

Save Your Albums & Cassettes As MP3s

Earthquake Proof Your Bedroom

Fill Out Your Kid’s Emergency Contact Card

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This is just a fraction of the tools and resources you’ll find in our latest book “Get Your Stuff Together,” now available on Amazon.com for $24.99. Over 200 pages packed with the info you and your family need to keep everything that’s important to you — photos, music, videos, data and keepsakes — safe from life’s little and not so little emergencies. Pick up your copy today for $24.99 at Amazon.com.

iphonebookweblgIn our book”Keep This Book In Your iPhone ” we’ve squeezed all of the information you need to turn your iPhone, Samsung Galaxy or any other smartphone into a real life saver. A few minutes with this book, and you’ll know how to stash all of your vital information, backed up photos, family emergency plans and contacts in your phone, where they’ll be at your fingertips, ready to help you through life’s little speed bumps. Like Superstorm Sandy. Pick up your copy today for $29.99 at Amazon.com.
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How To Put Your Cassettes And Albums On Your MP3 Player

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How Much is Your Music Collection Worth?

An even better question is, how much is it worth to you?

I think that’s why people would rather part with their high school yearbooks than their music. It’s special, intensely personal, truly the soundtrack to our lives. That’s why you want to copy and archive your music the RIGHT way. Ready to learn how? Read More

The other day I walked into a store and wasn’t paying much attention to anything but finding the item I had stopped in for. All of a sudden a song began to play on the store’s radio. I hadn’t even heard what was playing before, but now, my entire mood changed. It was “Hooked On A Feeling”, which will be forever known as the Dancing Baby song from “Ally McBeal”. Not only did the music have my attention, but I immediately got a picture of that ridiculous dancing baby in my mind and had a huge smile on my face. So did half of the people in the store.

What is it about music that can bring you such immediate, overwhelming emotions? It just transports you the place you were when you first heard it or always listened to that song. And it’s not just the Ooogachucka of the dancing baby, but it’s so many songs, like the theme from the Dancing Waters show at Disneyland Hotel, where we went so many evenings when I was growing up in Orange County.

So the hard part about protecting the music that we’ve amassed over the years isn’t collecting it, it’s making sure that our soundtracks are there for us to listen to and enjoy for years to come. Just think about the types of music that you probably have in your home right now. You probably have MP3s that you’ve downloaded from iTunes or other sites for your iPod or MP3 player. Then, there’s your collection of CDs that you did or did not get around to ripping onto your computer and turning into MP3s. If you’re over 30, you probably have quite a few cassettes hanging around and you probably even have some vinyl albums or 8 tracks as well that are either yours or have been handed down to you by family members.

Except for the MP3s and, with a little work, the CDs, none of those things are exactly on speaking terms with your computer. And if you’re like most people, the MP3s are probably all over your computer, in a bunch of different folders. That doesn’t include the music you’ve downloaded to your phone or to your tablet that you haven’t gotten around to backing up onto your PC or Mac. And chances are, you and your family members have spent quite a lot of money on those downloaded songs, those CDs, cassettes and whatever else you have your music on.

Losing them, whether physically in a fire or flood, or digitally on a crashed cellphone or computer, would be a nightmare. People put so much money into their music collections, but very few ever think to back it up!

So let’s gather that music collection of yours and back it up. Not only will you be able to find your songs when you want them, but you’ll finally be able to hear that amazing jazz solo you have on vinyl on your iPod!

Take Action!

1. Here CDs, Here Cassettes. Where Are You Albums?

Grab a pencil and paper and jot down the types of music you have that you want to secure and their current location.

Using the list you just compiled, locate and gather all of the CDs, cassettes and vinyl albums that you want to secure and set them aside for a moment.

2. What About The Music That’s Already Digital?

Do you have MP3 or other digital music files?

First grab your MP3 player, your cell phone, your iPad or tablets and make sure all of those music files are downloaded to your computer desktop now.

  • Create one new folder on your computer desktop and name it “Backup Music (dd/mm/yy)” with today’s date.
  • Locate all of the digital music on your hard drive that you want to keep safe. Leave the original files where they are on your computer, but copy each one and place the copies in that new Backup folder.

3. Time To Deal With The Albums & CDs…

Although all of your music is important, some means more to you than others. Take a few moments to look at your CDs, cassettes and vinyl albums, and separate them into two different piles.

  • In the first pile, place music that you’ll need to copy and save in a digital format, to keep them safe.
  • In the second pile, place music that you:
  • Already have in digital format and could easily find if the one you’re holding was harmed or destroyed.
  • Have numerous other copies of the music in other locations. (be sure that this is actually so before you decide not to copy them)
  • Simply don’t care enough about to keep it disaster safe.
  • You can go ahead and put the music in the second pile away.

4. Convert Your CDs to MP3s

You can convert CDs right on your computer, using your computer’s music software. For a PC, that would be Windows Media Player. Just put the CD into your computer and the software will automatically pop up. Follow the instructions to “rip” your CD.

When your songs are ripped, take your CD out and save the new MP3 files to the music folder on your computer. We’ll back those up to keep them safe in a few minutes. But don’t forget to add those new songs to your iPod or MP3 player!

5. Convert Your Cassettes & Albums to MP3s

Converting your Cassettes or Vinyl Albums: For music on cassettes or on vinyl, the easiest way we’ve found to convert them to MP3s is the MiCorder. A MiCorder is a device that records from anything with a headphone jack. It looks like a tiny Walkman and comes with everything you need, including an adapter for large headphone jacks. All you do is plug the patch cord into any cassette player or record player and it saves your music as an MP3 – automatically – right on its 4gb SD Card.

6. Save Them To Your Computer

Download the new MP3 files to your computer desktop, placing them in a brand new folder. When you’re finished, make one copy of that complete folder. Place the original folder in with the other digital music files on your computer. Then place the copy of the folder into the backup folder you created earlier.

If you don’t have access to a converter or don’t own a computer, then have a relative or friend convert them and store them for you. And don’t forget to talk to your older relatives about archiving their music. They might really appreciate having you put the music from their old vinyl, cassettes or CDs on an MP3 player that they can listen to.

7. And Then Archive The Back Up Copies

Where and how you decide to secure and store your own digital music files is up to you. But here are a few ideas:

  • On a password-protected flash drive or portable hard drive, and take them with you during evacuation on a key ring or in your plastic evacuation bin.
  • On a password-protected flash drive or portable hard drive, in a safe deposit box or water/fireproof safe in your own city.
  • On a password-protected flash drive or portable hard drive, in a safe deposit box, water/fireproof safe, or with relatives in the city where you’ll be evacuating.
  • In a password-protected online file repository or on the file directory of your family’s personal web site. This way you can retrieve them from any Internet-enabled computer.

Have Fun Getting Your Stuff Together! We’ll talk later — Laura and Jan

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More Amazing Things You Can Do In 5 Minutes Or Less

Set Up An ICE Contact On Your Smartphone

Create Your Family’s Evacuation Plan

Download and Back Up Your Digital Photos

Keep Your Medical History At Your Fingertips

Save Your Albums & Cassettes As MP3s

Earthquake Proof Your Bedroom

Fill Out Your Kid’s Emergency Contact Card

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This is just a fraction of the tools and resources you’ll find in our latest book “Get Your Stuff Together,” now available on Amazon.com for $24.99. Over 200 pages packed with the info you and your family need to keep everything that’s important to you — photos, music, videos, data and keepsakes — safe from life’s little and not so little emergencies. Pick up your copy today for $24.99 at Amazon.com.

iphonebookweblgIn our book”Keep This Book In Your iPhone ” we’ve squeezed all of the information you need to turn your iPhone, Samsung Galaxy or any other smartphone into a real life saver. A few minutes with this book, and you’ll know how to stash all of your vital information, backed up photos, family emergency plans and contacts in your phone, where they’ll be at your fingertips, ready to help you through life’s little speed bumps. Like Superstorm Sandy. Pick up your copy today for $9.99 at Amazon.com.

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It’s Ten O’Clock. Do You Know Where Your Vital Documents Are?

Getting your vital document in order is much easier than you think!   Are you ready to get started?

The first thing you’ll need to do is to figure out which documents you’re going to need. Here’s an easy way to do it.

1. If you have to evacuate your home because of a fire, tornado or other emergency, who would be evacuating with you? Grab a pencil and paper and jot down the types of vital documents that you and each person possess.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • ID: Driver’s license/State ID, company or school ID, Medicare/Medicaid cards.
  • Social security cards, social security/retirement or other benefit determination documents. Birth, marriage or divorce certificates.
  • School enrollment records, immunization, transcripts and contact information for schools
  • Keys and information on any safe deposit boxes.
  • Proof of insurance and ownership for your vehicles and other property.
  • Deeds, mortgage and contact information for your mortgage company and payment information.
  • If you are a landlord, contact information for all of your tenants, copies of their leases and applications and their payment information. If you rent, your lease, contact information for your landlord and the address of where you send your rent.

We’ll deal with insurance and financial information in future blog posts.

2. Using the list you just compiled, locate and gather all of those documents.

3. Download a Adult Grab It & Go Vital Information Form or if you have a copy of our book Get Your Stuff Together, you’ll find the form in the back of your book. Now complete the form using the information you have found.

Be sure to include information for any of the documentation that has numbers, passwords or contact information associated with them. For example, your passport number, the contact information for your landlord, the key location or password for your safe deposit box. If necessary, just add additional lines or write in extra information below the entry or in the margin. Then save the form or print it and put it to the side.

4. Print, scan or make three copies of the form you just completed, along with the documents or other materials you that you located. Place the originals in a secure location, like your home safe or your bank’s safe deposit box. Then place the copies in at least two other secure, damage-proof locations, like the safe deposit box in your evacuation location, or if they’re scanned, on the portable hard drive you’ll be using to back up your data. That way if one or two of the locations are inaccessible, you’ll still be able to grab the information you need.

While you’re here, check out Toss This Book In Your Safe Deposit Box, where you’ll find even more tips, action plans and resources.

Safe deposit boxes can be pretty tiny. And since they’re designed to hold all of the documents, information and special items you want to keep safe, deciding how to squeeze what you need inside, can be daunting. In this book you’ll learn how to get a life’s worth of vital information, documents, photos and videos into the tiniest safe deposit box – without a crowbar. We even throw in the digital forms and plans to help you do it! $9.99. Click here to read more.

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“Do You Know Where Your Vital Documents Are” is just a tiny fraction of the tools and resources you’ll find in our latest book “Get Your Stuff Together“. It’s now available on Amazon.com for $24.99. Over 200 pages packed with tips and information you and your family need to keep everything that’s important to you — photos, music, videos, data and your treasured keepsakes — safe from life’s emergencies large and small.

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Prevent Hurricane & Tornado Pain With One Click

Question.

If you could keep your friends and neighbors from losing the things they love most in the next hurricane or tornado, would you do it?

Well the good news is, now you can. And it only takes the click of a mouse.

Here’s how.

Now that hurricane season and tornado season are here, I started thinking about the news coverage of Hurricane Sandy.

There was this one woman that I’ll never forget. Her name was Phyllis.

She was talking to a reporter outside of what was left of her Staten Island home, when she saw a large, yellowed piece of paper lying across the yard. Phyllis grabbed it, clutched it to her chest and began sobbing. It was her mother’s wedding photo, the only copy she had, now mud-soaked and disintegrating in her hands.

The worst part is, the pain she felt over that destroyed photo was absolutely preventable.

We’ve been through more than a few disasters ourselves, including an earthquake and an airplane crashing into our neighborhood. In fact that’s the reason we wrote “Get Your Stuff Together”.

But the other day when I thought about Phyllis, I knew I had to do something more. Something else that will keep people from having to experience that kind of pain.

Not just one family at a time, but hundreds.

So here’s the plan. There’s something we can all do, right now, to prevent pain with justone click.

We just negotiated a special 70% discount on “Get Your Stuff Together” for everyone who wants to buy 10 or more copies of the book. It doesn’t matter whether it’s for your church, your business, your Air Force base, your kid’s school, service organization or your Little League team.

Just let us know how many copies your group, company or organization wants, and we’ll get the books to you ASAP. Are you ready, because here comes the link you need to click to make it all happen.

Click here https://www.createspace.com/3823528 to order your copies directly from our publisher’s website. Just make sure you enter coupon code: WF6W3P8D to get your discount.

Or if you want us to order them for you, email us at webmaster1 at nokep.org, let us know how many copies you want, and we’ll take it from there.

So what do you think? Are you ready to help the families in your community stay safer this hurricane and tornado season?

All it takes is One Click.

We’ll talk later — Laura and Jan

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“Get Your Stuff Together” — over 200 pages packed with quick, easy steps you can take to keep everything that’s important to you — photos, music, videos, data and keepsakes — safe from life’s little and not so little emergencies. Pick up your copy today for $24.99  Get Your Stuff Together.
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How To Make Your Own Home Inventory

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Close your eyes for a moment.

Now in your mind, go around the room in your mind and try to picture each item, focusing especially on the items that mean the most to you or have the most monetary value.

When you’re done open your eyes. Did you miss anything?

If you’re like most people, no matter how certain you were that you remembered everything, you still missed a lot of things that you would want to replace. And even if you did pretty well, do you know off the top of your head what items were still under warranty, what was insured and for how much? In other words, if this hadn’t been an exercise, but an insurance agent or a police officer writing down a list of your valuables after a burglary or a hurricane, would you have been happy with the list you made?

I didn’t think so. Memory is a wonderful thing, but it can be affected by many factors, like stress, trauma and fatigue – exactly the things that happen during an emergency. That’s why putting together a list of your treasured or valued objects while they’re sitting in your living room and still in great condition is a MUCH better idea.

And while we’re at it, that reminds me of something else we all have to deal with. I don’t know about you, but to us, it seems like there’s a new cellphone, computer, or gadget of some kind out in the stores every day.

Every time you decide to plunk down your money to buy one, that new toy comes with more cords, software and manuals than you’ve ever seen. And if you decided to spring for the protection plan too, that hits the mailbox a few days later. With just a few new toys, you can easily end up with a folder full of paper.

Who can keep up with that?

YOU can! And very easily, too. In the Take Action steps below, we’re going to create a Home Inventory. Just go through the steps, and decide room by room what items to include. In fact if you have kids or grandkids in the house, this is a great project for them. Once you decide which items to include, send them off on a scavenger hunt, list in hand along with a digital and video camera and have them take photos of each item. Then when they’re done, enter each item along with its information into our downloadable Home Inventory Form, and you’re done.

Take Action

1. Download Our Home Inventory List

Click here to grab a copy of our Home Inventory List, or if you already own our book Get Your Stuff Together, you’ll find a copy in the back of the book.

2. Grab Your Cameras & a Pencil

Go get your video camera, your digital camera, your list and a pencil and begin walking through each room of your home. Start with the living room, usually home to the most expensive electronic equipment.

3. Document All the Info You Can Find

For each valued item, (electronics, furniture, cars, art, jewelry or any other items that would be expensive to replace or repair), fill in a short description, the manufacturer, serial number and any other information you know about it.

If you have a copy of your warranty information, or original purchase receipts for any of the valued items, note the information on them on the Home Inventory List, then put those documents on the side until Step 6.

4. Your Chance To Play Spielberg

As you stop at each item, take a digital photo of it, to show its current condition. If the item is damaged in a disaster, you’ll have proof of the item’s original condition to give to the claims adjuster. It will also remind you what the item looked like, if it ever needs to be replaced

5. Spielberg Revisited

Once you’re finished with the room, grab your video camera and do a quick video tour. At the beginning of the videotape, clearly state today’s date and the room you’re photographing. And while you’re taping, be sure to show the general condition of the room as well as your valued items.

6. Paperwork, paperwork

Gather all of the warranties, protection plans, certificates of insurance, provenance papers and receipts that you have found, and put them in the same location. It doesn’t matter whether it is a file folder or a section inside your safe. Just make sure that every time you purchase a new item that comes with any of this paperwork, that you put it in the same place.

7. Now for safekeeping…

Print, scan or make three copies of the Home Inventory List, the walking tour photos, the video and the warranties, receipts and other documents that you located earlier and store them in at least three secure, damage-proof locations. That way if one or two of the locations are inaccessible, you’ll still be able to grab the information you need.

And that’s it! Just follow the steps and you’re done. No more having to remember every single thing in your house. Just be sure to update your list every six months. Or if you watch a lot of QVC or HSN, every four months…

And while you’re here, check out Get Your Stuff Together where you’ll find even more tips, action plans and resources.

Get Your Stuff Together is 230+ pages of simple steps your family can take right now, to make the people things you love safe and secure. Each section highlights a different area, from backing up family photos, music, history and vital documents, to contacts, data, videos, home inventory and breakables, plus all the plans you need to keep your home and family safe from life’s little speed bumps. Like Superstorm Sandy $24.99. Click here to read more.

Have Fun Getting Your Stuff Together! We’ll talk later — Laura and Jan

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“How To Make Your Own Home Inventory” is just a fraction of the tools and resources you’ll find in our latest book “Get Your Stuff Together,” now available on Amazon.com for $24.99. Over 200 pages packed with the info you and your family need to keep everything that’s important to you — photos, music, videos, data and keepsakes — safe from life’s little and not so little emergencies. Pick up your copy today Get Your Stuff Together

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