Amy Rees Anderson

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  • Mic Lazarus says:

    Very useful information on to prepare our personal Risks. Usually, we give more importance with thw Risks at work.

    Thanks for the input

  • Darrin Briggs says:

    Great advice Amy. Thanks for writing this.

  • Jane says:

    A few years ago, I made stocking stuffers for each member of my family that told them how much I loved them and what they mean to me. I used a double piece of duct tape cut into heart shape and put sticky sides together to illustrate how I would pray that our families would be as permanently bonded as that tape. I don’t know if my kids and grandkids kept is, but that doesn’t matter. It was my love note to them. You blog today gives me a great idea. I’m going to make a disaster recovery notebook that describes a plan for survival, communicating, and staying together in the event the unthinkable happens. Thank you, Amy.

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