COVID-19 is THE TOPIC

I’m continuing on the Coronavirus mode because it is the topic that is dominating everyone’s thoughts and conversations. With Pesach (Passover) on the way people are very worried about their travel plans and everyone is very concerned about all the germs that may pass on Purim.

Preparing for Coronavirus

So I decided to do a quick round-up of some blog posts about preparing for a pandemic and Coronavirus in particular.

How to Prepare for Coronavirus

Round-up of Preparing Posts

First, go wash your hands! That’s currently the most effective to stop this from spreading.

Wash your Hands

Preparing for the Coronavirus Without Breaking the Bank by Life Before Budget

Preparing for the Coronavirus Without Breaking the Bank

 

I don’t like to spend a lot of money especially since I don’t really have a lot of money so this post spoke to me. You can prepare for a pandemic and quarantine without going overboard. “Just by taking some simple precautions, we can prepare for the coronavirus without breaking the bank.”

 

Emergency Preparedness for Natural, Man-made, and Twitter Disasters by Military Dollar

 

This is a pretty intense post about being prepared for emergency situations. In an emergency there is no one I’d rather trust than a military gal. She calls herself a “preparer” rather than a “prepper” and this post is all about being prepared.

Emergency Preparedness for Natural, Man-made, and Twitter Disasters

 

PrepperFI: Guest Post By That Frugal Pharmacist

PrepperFI Vs. The Pandemic

Both of these awesome posts were written by The Frugal Pharmacist. The first one was from quite a few years ago and then she wrote a follow up post to address COVID-19 specifically. Don’t let the word “prepper” scare you away. These are pretty practical and logical post and definitely worth a read!

PrepperFI: Guest Post By That Frugal Pharmacist

PrepperFI Vs. The Pandemic

 

How to Pandemic Proof Your Business by Erika

Do you own a business? Even if you don’t- maybe you can spread these ideas to your workplace. Business interruption is going to be a bad “side effect” of this virus. It may take a while for the economy to recover from this pandemic. Preparing your business is a good way to make sure the damages are mitigated.

How to Pandemic Proof Your Business

And of course my own posts about Handling the Coronavirus Emergency and all the basics of an Emergency Fund. After all, if now is not the time to get serious about savings for an emergency then when?

 

Let’s all stay safe and don’t forget to wash your hands!

 

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