Get This Emergency Information List Free Today

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In recognition of “Get Organized Month” (January) I’m offering the Emergency Information list from Habitudes, our sister site, free to HabiTalk subscribers. Even if you think you don’t need it, download it today. It only takes a couple of minutes and it’s so comprehensive you’ll get ideas for things to add to your existing list. You can even gift Emergency Information to friends and family. Just attach it to an email. You can use and customize Emergency Information with any Microsoft Word compatible word processor. It normally sells for $9.95. Download it free today before the offer expires (11:59 PM ET, 1/31/24.)


How to Download the Emergency Information List

  • Go to Habitudes
  • Click “Shop”
  • Add to cart
  • Checkout
  • Add Discount Code: GetOrganized2024
  • Review and Purchase. The discount code has been entered and the balance is zero.
  • Click the “Download Now” link. You’ll also get an email with a link to the download.

Some Items to Consider for an Emergency Grab List

A “Grab List” is a list that you keep in a place that’s easily accessible in case you have to leave your home in a hurry. In case of fire, for instance. The list includes things you need every day such as medications, eyeglasses and your wallet. I keep my grab list taped inside the door to the coat closet in my entry.

A “Go Bag” contains other items that would be good to take with you. I have mine in a rolling back pack in the same closet as my grab list.

A “Supply Bin” contains supplies for the long term…food, toiletries, etc.. Things you would need to get through an extended period…like after a major earthquake, when you might be on your own for a week or more.

Our Emergency Information record keeper suggests things to keep on a Grab List, in a “Go Bag” and “Supply Bin.”

Here are some things we suggest for your grab list.

  • ATM cards
  • Baby supplies: milk, diapers, bottles, etc.
  • Cash
  • Checkbook
  • Clothes: pants, shirt, shoes, socks, underwear, hat, jacket
  • Computer, tablet, laptop & chargers, external hard drive
  • Credit cards
  • Driver’s license
  • Emergency Information List printout (Habitudes)
  • Eyeglasses / contact lenses / sunglasses
  • Keys: car, house, safe deposit, storage unit, etc..
  • Masks
  • Medications, prescription
  • Mobile phone & charger
  • Pets & leashes
  • Photos
  • Wallet or purse
  • What My Family Needs to Know printout (Habitudes)

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  1. Robin Miller says:

    This is an outstanding list of Emergency information.