Hurricanes are something that many people fear. After Hurricane , most Americans lived in fear and never wanted to revisit the coastal areas of Florida again. But that was then and this is now. There is no need to fear the next Hurricane Season. https://media.nationalgeographic.org/assets/photos/334/101/fb59b2ba-c5ee-4583-a684-71d4d68aba6e.jpg (https://media.nationalgeographic.org/assets/photos/334/101/fb59b2ba-c5ee-4583-a684-71d4d68aba6e.jpg) The first thing that you should know is that the average lifespan of a Hurricane is only two days. Therefore, if you live on the coast and it makes Hurricane Season, there is no need to be concerned. However, if you do not live on the coast and it is Hurricane Season, then you better get prepared. This could affect your life in many ways including losing valuables, getting locked out of your home, and more. Now, that we have that out of the way, what can you do to prepare? Simple things such as clearing away any clutter from your house and being sure to pack everything up before you leave will help you greatly. If you live by the ocean, then you would want to make sure that you have some form of shelter available such as tarps or furniture or even a cabin. In addition to that, you would want to take all the essentials with you such as toiletries, food, and water. Many people who live by the beach do not even bother packing these items because it is not going to matter in a hurricane. Now, if you live inland, you may be able to get through the storm stronger and more easily. However, if you have lived inland for years, chances are that your whole family is together, living off of whatever you have left behind. It would not be surprising if you could lose everything to this type of weather. Therefore, having days without electricity, gas, or any form of heat would be a devastating thing to go through. Luckily, if you do not live on the beach, you would still be able to get through one of these Hurricanes if you have any form of emergency plan in place. In fact, some people who live inland would rather take their chances with these storms just to be safe than to try and get through them without any preparation whatsoever. Even if you do not have a backup plan in place, it would be a good idea to get insurance ahead of time so that you can get some money when you need it most. https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/bc39421a400a73dd7de394c35c482201b75967b9/0_0_5856_3904/master/5856.jpg?width=645&quality=45&auto=format&fit=max&dpr=2&s=89223caccac58c4b8f84b54a945b8dab (https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/bc39421a400a73dd7de394c35c482201b75967b9/0_0_5856_3904/master/5856.jpg?width=645&quality=45&auto=format&fit=max&dpr=2&s=89223caccac58c4b8f84b54a945b8dab) If you do not live in an area that would be prone to these Hurricanes, there is still no need to get nervous. Hurricane season does not last forever. The last Hurricane to hit South Florida was 2021. Since then, there have been no recorded hurricanes in the area. While the odds are not good that you will ever get hit by one of these storms again, you should be prepared for the worst. You should not wait until it is too late to prepare, so make sure that you have all of your insurance documents in order before you leave the house.