Whether you are at home or you are traveling, you should be prepared for the worst. Unfortunately, the danger exists in this world and you should know how to protect yourself from strangers that may hurt you in a way or another and BE SAFE. Here are a few of the best safety hacks that will keep you out of danger,
When you go on vacation, you don't want to keep all of your cash in one location, like your wallet, in case someone steals it. It's best to put a few bills in your wallet, some in your suitcase, and maybe even a few in your bra or shoe.
Also, you can put your cash in unpredictable places like a suntan lotion battle or deodorant. In this way, you prevent to be pickpocketed.
Instead of using this obvious place to hide your keys. You must think of another clever way to hide them. For example, you can bury them in your backyard. This is a simple and effective way to keep them safe.
All you need is an empty box or a bottle and a rock or anything that make you recognize where you buried the keys. Don’t forget where you buried it and what the rock looks like!
If you want to be safer when at home or outside, all you need is to Installing indoor and outdoor home security cameras. It’s is one of the top things people tell us they wished they’d noticed before their home was burglarized.
And, in the event your home is broken into, footage captured by your security camera may help law enforcement identify those responsible.
Criminals want to get in and out of your house as fast as possible taking with them your jewelry, cash, electronic devices, and other goodies they can sell or pawn.
Make their job difficult by hiding your valuable items in a safe. Use a wall clock safe or a safe that looks like an electrical outlet to store small valuables.
You don't have to carry a knife everywhere you go. However, if you're walking alone, it's a good idea to hold each of your keys between your fingers or a pepper spray that you can prepare it at home with easy ingredients so that you can use them as weapons if someone attacks.
It's better to be safe than sorry!
The inside of your home is as important as your yard so it has to be protected, but you should know how? Burglars love hiding places, so one of the favorite home security tips is to keep shrubs and other vegetation trimmed.
Your yard must include a motion sensor lighting and securing sheds so it can be safe and if anyone tries to attempt a break in, you’ll get noticed.