Granada Family Living Disaster Prepping Series: Part 1, Prepping for Clean Water Access.
This article is the first in a series that will be published over the next few months to bring attention to the steps that households can take to better prepare themselves for disasters and emergencies. Comments, suggestions and sharing will improve these articles as a community resource and are very much welcomed.
This week, in light of the hurricanes that had been taking place up north, I wanted to put my attention towards thinking about our own vulnerability in Nicaragua to any number of natural disasters that could happen here or really anywhere in the world: in paradise, on or off vacation, any country, at any time.
By the way, I don’t worry about disasters much at all; I prefer to have certain basic response systems in place so that I don’t have to worry about them. I like the freedom in the feeling of readiness. It alleviates anxious energy so I can enjoy what I really want to be doing. But this week, when I personally took time out to assess our family’s level of readiness, I was dismayed to find that I had been ignoring some basic precautionary steps that would greatly increase our chance of survival here in Granada. Continue reading “Let’s ready our Granada homes and families for an emergency (because you live here now)”