To prevent our food from spoiling, our refrigerators are solely dependent on the reliability of our nation’s power grid. Sometimes unforeseen disasters will occur that can cause power outages, which in turn threaten our family’s health and safety.
Learn these 10 ways to stay warm without electricity. Don't be caught without a way to keep your family warm during winter storm months and power outages. Grab these now and stay warm! Also a nice link for fun things to do with no power.
Aquarium Heater & Passive Solar Heat NOW! (I love these tips/ideas. Simple, frugal and temporary. Warming rocks by candle light, brilliant. Excellent for the apartment dweller during winter power outages.
How to Stay Warm During a Winter Power Outage. Great Tips: Move to one room that gets natural sunlight, hang clear shower curtains in windows (to keep heat in, but still allow light in), layer rugs from other rooms on the floor as insulation.
15 Tips to Stay Comfortable During a Winter Power Outage
Sometimes people think that a summer power outage is easier to deal with than a winter one. However, a summer power outage carries its own set of problems. - Tap The Link Now To Find Gadgets for Survival and Outdoor Camping
Solar-powered window blinds, soak up sun by day, illuminate the room at night. Interesting concept for emergency power outages. (I poked around looking for these and didn't find them available. Great concept though )
While you still have power, take stock of what you have in the freezer and the fridge. Use up leftovers and perishables like meat, eggs and dairy first, and decide which items you can't bear to lose, like those fancy frozen dumplings you've been saving, and cook them up for lunch or a snack right now. Blogger Jessica Berardi The Washington Post to fill up bags of water and stick them in the freezer to keep things extra cold or to double as ice packs once you have to move some items to a…