72 HR KITS, Evacuation & Organization {VIDEO CLASS} 14 Day Access Pass

My Computer is My Canvas

  • $8.00


(coupons not valid on classes)

If you've been following along with my Emergency Preparedness Class Series OR are just interested in getting your 72 hour and Family Evacuation plan put together - THIS class is perfect for you! I'll first cover my FAVORITE tips and tricks for simplifying and making efficient 72 hour kits - I even have a few tricks so you DON'T have to rotate the food! We'll also go over a super simple way to tackle emergency organization and how that will help prepare you for a quick and easy evacuation. Emergencies are stressful enough - and I'll show you how having a simple and organized plan can make all the difference... not just for peace of mind, but in case you EVER have to use it!

  • Class Length: 90 minutes 
  • BONUS PDF's: Presentation Slides & DIY Mylar Meal Recipes!
  • VIDEO ACCESS GRANTED IMMEDIATELY UPON PURCHASE 
  • Access Pass is good for 14 DAYS ONLY!
  • Preparedness Planner not included in the class fee

HOW YOUR VIDEO ACCESS WILL WORK: Upon purchase, you will be emailed a receipt (check your junk/spam folders if you don't see it in your inbox). Your receipt will include both instructions and the link to watch the class. Your video access will begin immediately at the time of purchase and is assigned to the account you used when you bought the class. It will expire after 14 days. To find your bonus downloads click on the "Click Here to Access Your Downloads" link included in your receipt. 

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE CLASS: After learning (first hand) from East Coast storms, hurricanes and power outages, TWO cancer battles and weathering financial hardships... how ESSENTIAL having a solid emergency plan is... I'm excited to share my experiences, why they led me to making emergency preparedness a priority and how my family has benefited from it! Throughout the class, I'll give you lots unique tips and tricks that will help you simplify, tackle and FINISH your emergency preparedness goals. You'll easily see how you can do it, get it done and move on with the things you love in life... but with a reduced feeling of stress and a fresh peace of mind!

✱ HAVE YOU TAKEN MY OTHER CLASSES YET? --> REGISTER HERE

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You will need to have your Preparedness Planner printed and in front of you during your class. If you don’t have yours yet, please purchase and print it PRIOR to the class (links below) - planner is not included with your class fee:

  • PREPAREDNESS PLANNER: PRINTABLE --> HERE
  • PREPAREDNESS PLANNER: "PRINT & SHIP" --> HERE

I highly recommend also getting my Grab & Go Binder Kit, my Labeling Kit and the Emergency Binder; each plays a particular roll in your overall preparedness plan. You can get those HERE.

A NOTE FROM COLETTE... I get so many emails each week asking questions and looking for guidance, I thought this would be a fun way to help anyone who'd like help getting started! I designed an awesome planner - now I want to help make sure you are getting the most out of it! As slots fill, I'll add more dates/times. Also, if the interest is there, I'll schedule more classes where we can talk through other sections in my Preparedness Planner as well! 

Questions? Email me at colette@mycomputerismycanvas.com

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  • Customer CANNOT sell items made from this printable

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Customer Reviews

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D.R.
Worth the time and cost!

The class was full of great information! Thanks for sharing what you have learned through life experiences. I feel like I will be better prepared.

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S.
So Worth It!

These classes are so informative and helpful! Well worth the cost of the class. Colette knows how to plan for hard times because she has lived through them. Her knowledge is real, down to earth, simple, and spot on!

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T.
GREAT class!!

I learned a lot from Colette and especially enjoyed how simple she makes her 72 hr kits. I am currently working on improving my family's kits and I'm almost done! Take lots of notes during her class. You'll definitely reference them in the future!

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C.B.
This class should be required by law to take!

I’ve taken so many classes over my time from churches and other neighborhood watch programs.. but THIS CLASS takes the cake! It is the mother load of all preparedness classes... you couldn’t possibly be more prepared by acting upon this class. I love the real life stories told in here... the little things to pack to prevent from being fatigued, comfort things to help you thru the crisis... they spill it all and bring real awareness with real feelings you will have - cuz they’ve been there.

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C.S.
So Good!

This class was just what I need to get started. I've order my supplies and will get it done (Finally) thanks to Colette.


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