If you own a home and do not have a security safe, you should highly consider purchasing one. The investment you put into your purchase can give you peace of mind and could in the long run save you from unnecessary misfortune. Choosing a fireproof safe is generally recommended, as they provide added security and protection from fire. There are a variety of types of fireproof safes ranging from small portable ones right up to large cabinets. No matter which you choose, a safe can be placed just about anywhere in the home. Let’s take a look at some of the compelling reasons to make such an investment.
Take a few minutes and make a photocopy of everything in your wallet including the front and back of your credit cards and membership cards. Place the copied pages in a manila envelope and mark the envelope “Contents of Wallet” and date it. Place the envelope in your Safe deposit box for sale. Mark your calendar for 3 to 6 months from now to update your “Contents of Wallet” envelope. Now, if your wallet is lost or stolen you will now know exactly what you lost and whom you need to contact.
ONever wear valuable rings while swimming or in the sauna. Water may cause your fingers to temporarily shrink and the ring can fall off without your being aware of it.
Get out the scissors and start cutting up those cards now. Don’t write down the expiration date and code on the back. It will be too tempting to use these on the internet or over the phone to shop. Cut the cards up and throw them away.
With a HTML Editor, you write the content of your pages by keying in the HTML Codes, and then checking it with the Preview function. If you do not have a HTML Editor presently installed in your computer, I strongly suggest you get one immediately and start fiddling with it. Get used to all the functions. Learn what to click to make the text bold, italics, underlined, etc., how to hyperlink, how to insert picture, and so on. A good HTML Editor does a lot of work for you, so that you can concentrate on putting together a great website. It doesn’t matter which one you use, as long as you get familiar with it.
When traveling by car, keep your belongings locked in the trunk. Never leave luggage, cameras, and other valuables in open view, especially when the car is unattended. Keep all doors locked both when driving and at rest stops. When returning to a parked car check the back seat to assure no one is hiding there. Wherever possible, stay on well-lit, well-traveled roads. Be sure you know where you are going and have the necessary maps and directions so you don’t find yourself lost in a bad area.
Not telling where you keep the will: Only have ONE COPY of the will that has been properly executed with signatures. Keep unsigned copies for your own records. DON’T keep the signed copy in a bank safe deposit box, which could be sealed at your death.