Welcome to Week 6 of my Binders 101 series, which will be the last post for this series. But, I will apologize in advance for the length. When I covered this binder in the past, I broke it up into 6 different posts. This time around, I decided to combine them all into one.
My Emergency binder is by far the most important one I have. Why? Because if something happens, this binder should contain all of the important information that my family will need. For instance, if a tornado hits our home and we are left to evacuate, I should be able to grab this binder and have all of our important documents contained within it. And, you might be thinking that is a long stretch for something like that to happen, but it isn’t. My hometown was hit by a tornado in 2006 and destroyed half of the town and the high school. So, I have learned to be prepared.
My Emergency binder is broken up into 5 sections:
- Vital Documents
- Financial Documents
- Insurance Documents
- Household Inventory
- a) Personal Documents
b) Evacuation Plan
For this project, I am using a 2″ red Better Binder from Staples.
I am also using a 5-Tab Avery Ready Index Table of Content Divider.