Confess. How many of you have canned food in your hurricane supplies that you’re never going to eat? We recently shared some advice to Miami newcomers about what they really need to know to prepare for a hurricane. And we advised them not to stock up on food they won’t eat if the hurricane doesn’t come before the expiration date.
The same goes for batteries. You want to have plenty of the right-size batteries if a storm hits, but you don’t want your batteries to all expire before you use them.
We shared some common-sense hurricane preparation tips for new residents with our friends at CubeSmart. You can see all our advice for hurricane preparation for new Miami residents here.
Miami on the Cheap has partnered with CubeSmart, a national self-storage company with a number of locations in South Florida, from Miami to Broward to West Palm Beach, to provide content for its City Moving Guide for Miami.
As CubeSmart’s City Guide Expert for Miami, I’ll be sharing insights on Miami from the perspective of a South Florida local. Each month, I’ll share a new article aimed at introducing newcomers to Miami, that special place we all call home. If you’ve got ideas for what to tell newcomers, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Disclosure: I’ve partnered with CubeSmart as the company’s local expert in Miami. Articles are written by me and are my opinion.