I would like to extend some useful safety information to those who might be impacted by Hurricane Sandy in the upcoming days.
Web sites that provide tips for hurricane safety:
In addition to safety tips listed in the web sites above, remember that it is not advisable to drive into flooded areas as you have no way of knowing the depth of the flood waters or the integrity of the roadway you are about to drive on.
Great list, Luckiest. Thanks for the tips!
Stay Safe everyone!
After the storm, many small businesses are dealing with difficult conditions
and many more might never get their business up and running.
How did you (in this community on the east coast) make out??
It seems that the Jersey shore has been ripped apart. Many businesses have been washed away. Our business however, was spared. We were able to walk away with a very soggy backyard, a few fallen branches, electricity outage for about 5 days (nothing our generator could not fix), and some scattered debris. My hope is that many of our other Jersey community members can write and tell us the same.
This Thanksgiving, we are especially grateful to those who have supported the
Volunteer in our mission to help others do good and feel good by volunteering in their community.
Your dollars keep the spirit of volunteerism alive, an especially important attribute as our community recovers from the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy. With your help, the Volunteers will continue to play an important role in relief efforts that help our neighbors during these very challenging times.
We give thanks to you - and to volunteers everywhere.
With the weekend coming up on the East coast, we are bracing for a Frankenstorm - the ultimate weather disaster.
"What's your biggest challenge about creating content?"
the answer usually is, "Finding the time."
The truth is, dealing with content can feel like facing a mini-Frankenstorm.
We're constantly being bombarded with new venues for content,
and need to keep up with existing content that gets tired after awhile.
Stay safe and dry. Good luck