to TIPSfromSURVIVORS.org ~ Lessons from those who lost their homes so you can protect yours.
The most valued public content currently includes information on protecting your home from water damage. At the end of January California has the highest level of snow pack and rain in 50 years and the rain season has just BEGUN.
This means many of you should know how to divert water from your home, protect it from a mudslide and know that sewer backups into your home are more likely. (Anyone living in a fire affected area has an elevated risk.)
I am a fire survivor that witnessed the recovery of one of the largest fire storms in US history which gave me a unique and highly valued perspective.
I have gathered immense wisdom that can that can save lives, help us ALL be more resilient or even prevent loss of our homes. Thankfully some very seasoned people in disaster response and recovery agree that this publication can improve lives.
I am doing this because I wish to take a situation that almost killed me and turn it into a gift for thousands of people. I have given all the life energy I could spare in the past two years to do this.
What is possible, with angel support, includes providing highly effective recovery advice, and suggesting where your donations and RVs are guaranteed to go 100% to it’s intended destination -> to survivors.
Additionally I would love to see a database created for animals of each disaster like we did with ValleyFireAnimals.com. (Requires specialized skills.) This is very important because the chaos of displaced cherished pets is enormous!
Everyone touched by the project wins because we will ALL be more resilient with the advice offered.
If you want to meet me you can visit here. Thanks for your interest in being a part this growing, vibrant community!
My wish to the universe has been released. On 11/11 I was inspired to make this video for someone special who sometimes puts 11 in her name. 😉 It’s not always easy to offer humor and light heartedness to a difficult subject, but I’m willing to try, and I hope you will too.
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Thanks for stopping by!
~ Kimberly ~