Be sensible in your preparation
The coronavirus has turned the world upside down and people are shopping like it's the end of the world. Well, hey, maybe it is. Still, it's important to prepare sensibly, or you'll do more damage to yourself than good. Spending all of your money on toilet paper won't do you any good if you can't make your mortgage payment. And you don't need to pay five times the regular price for hand sanitizer when you can use soap and water. Every disaster is different, but unless there's an immediate emergency, you should take a minute to consider things prudently instead of rushing into action.
That was the most recent message that I added to my Story Garden for my son and daughter to hear once I'm gone. I figure another disaster will come along, unfortunately, and I want them to teach them to be prepared.