Preparing For Hurricane Florence

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After watching the latest weather update regarding hurricane Florence.  I sat in my home office preparing for my online course. I have been eagerly putting together this course and making sure it covers everything (literally EVERYTHING) necessary to become a profitable blogger. I had recently offered an 87% off discount code so that the first 100 people can get the course for $25. So many people around the globe would like to replace their 9-5 with a stay at home job.  NOW is a perfect time to become a blogger.  There’s a small window of opportunity to get in at this price   I am excited the course opens for beta testers on September 11th and goes live on September 17th for everyone and closes September 30th. I’m not sure If I will offer this course again, however, once you have access,  you will have access for life, including a 30-day money back guarantee. In the midst recording, my hubby enters with a look of concern on his face and says “baby, it’s time to get prepared for the hurricane.”

Despite 2017 hurricane season, US lacks ‘culture of preparedness,’ says FEMA administrator

Hurricanes are massive storm systems that form over warm ocean waters and move toward land. Potential threats from hurricanes include heavy rainfall, powerful winds, rip currents, storm surges, coastal and inland flooding,  tornadoes, and landslides.

“North Carolina hurricanes includes 413 known tropical or subtropical cyclones that have affected the U.S. state of North Carolina. Due to its location, many hurricanes have hit the state directly, and numerous hurricanes have passed near or through North Carolina in its history; the state is ranked fourth, after Florida, Texas, and Louisiana, in the number of cyclones that produced hurricane-force winds in a U.S. state.[2][3] Hurricanes in North Carolina history are responsible for over $11 billion in damage (2008 USD) and almost 1,000 total fatalities.” according to data collected.

Learn about hurricane survival kits, how to prepare your home and how to protect your family and pets

Do you live in a storm area? Have you ever experience a massive storm? Do you have a severe weather toolkit? What are your thoughts?  Please share in the comments below. I really would love to know.

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