#Giveaway Energizer Prize Pack (Change Your Clock Change Your Battery)

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There are so many things that are in our busy schedules, from the kids school and activities to the everyday things that we have to get done, so when it comes to things like checking the fire alarms in your home and changing the batteries, that kind of thing can get overlooked. That is why I like programs like the Energizer Change Your Clock Change Your Battery. With Daylight Savings Time coming up, when you go to change your clock, this program reminds you to also go around and change out the batteries in your smoke detectors and alarms, that way, you can help keep your family safe. To learn more about this program, I went to my local fire station. I learned some interesting things about my own smoke detector that I did not know before, like that there is a expiration date on them. In the picture above, the Captain pointed out the date, and my detector shows January of 2013, which means that in 10 years, I need to change out my detectors. So aside from changing your batteries, while you are doing so, look at the dates that are highlighted in yellow, and if it has been 10 years or more since that date, then you will need to get a new detector. Another thing that I learned was the importance of having smoke detectors in the different rooms, like bedrooms, living areas, halls and kitchen. There was a lot that we all learned, and the kids enjoyed getting some great fire safety tips as well!

On top of the information, we all learned about the importance of checking our smoke detectors and changing the batteries when we go to change our clocks, I was also given some great holiday tips that I have put into a video to share with my readers!

Well to help my readers out with making sure their own smoke alarms are in good working condition and that they have the batteries needed to change out their old batteries with, the wonderful people from Energizer would like to give one of my readers the same prize pack I was sent, as pictured below! Also be sure to head over to the Energizer Bunny Facebook Page and enter their Family Safety Prize Pack giveaway from now through Nov 3!

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This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

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  1. EliB123
    October 31, 2013 / 1:41 am

    Change your smoke alarms batteries every 6 months.

  2. Pam L
    October 31, 2013 / 3:54 am

    I have the number 911 taped to the phone. This may sound stupid but in time of an emergency, you may not remember 911.I had a small house fire, it took me minutes to remember 911, I kept dialing all sorts of 3 number combinations.

  3. Debbie Jackson
    October 31, 2013 / 9:47 am

    Have a plan and discuss it ahead of time.

  4. Ken Ohl
    October 31, 2013 / 10:21 am

    don't leave the house with your washer or dryer running. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

  5. angel d
    October 31, 2013 / 10:30 am

    have an escape plan in case of fire with your family and pratice it often so they dont forget

  6. Mami2jcn
    October 31, 2013 / 11:51 am

    Keep batteries out of reach of children. I keep batteries on a high shelf in a closet.

  7. tarter95
    October 31, 2013 / 11:59 am

    My safety tip would be to keep a clean, non-cluttered floor..If you had to run in case of emergency (fire, tornado, etc) you would not want to get hurt during your escape!

  8. Dorothy Teel
    October 31, 2013 / 12:16 pm

    My safety tip would be to have back up emergency flashlights or lighting source available for power failures and keep emergency supplies available for immediate use.

  9. Patricia Wojnar Crowley
    October 31, 2013 / 12:44 pm

    I think it's important to outline an escape plan and practice with the family.

  10. Jackie
    October 31, 2013 / 1:06 pm

    Never leave a candle unattended.

  11. D Schmidt mummytotwoboys
    October 31, 2013 / 1:20 pm

    My best tip is to change the batteries when the clocks change

  12. JLin Mei
    October 31, 2013 / 1:56 pm

    have a fire alarm at home

  13. Kathy
    November 1, 2013 / 2:47 am

    Discuss more than one evacuation route with the family

  14. Denise Taylor-Dennis
    November 1, 2013 / 12:09 pm

    Don't leave candles burning when you leave the house.

  15. Jammie Morey
    November 1, 2013 / 5:08 pm

    Make sure to have a plan, even if nothing happens you will be able to safely get out.

  16. CindyWindy2003
    November 1, 2013 / 7:30 pm

    keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen, thanks!

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    November 1, 2013 / 7:54 pm

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  18. CindyWindy2003
    November 1, 2013 / 7:54 pm

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    November 1, 2013 / 7:54 pm

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  20. scottsgal
    November 2, 2013 / 1:54 pm

    feel a door before opening it if you suspect fire – oxygen fuels fires

  21. Melinda
    November 2, 2013 / 2:55 pm

    Keep emergency numbers on the fridge or next to the phone. Also create an ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact in your phone.

  22. Keara B.
    November 2, 2013 / 7:12 pm

    Keep the Poison Control phone number accessible at all times, especially if you have kids! Near the phone, on the fridge, etc.

  23. Kris
    November 3, 2013 / 2:43 am

    have a fire plan, a place to meet

  24. Anonymous
    November 3, 2013 / 12:33 pm

    Be aware of your surroundings, ALWAYS. Always have a flashlight and whistle on you. annc999 at yahoo dot com. Oh, and don't ever open your door to strangers.

  25. Lisa Graham
    November 4, 2013 / 5:21 am

    Safety tip: Always lock 2nd story windows so that they don't open more then a couple inches. Safety for kids.

  26. Asha Butterflys
    November 4, 2013 / 7:07 am

    Make sure that you have an emergency plan in place.

  27. Terra H.
    November 5, 2013 / 6:01 am

    Have an evacuation plan and practice it regularly. Thanks.partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  28. Seyma Bennett Shabbir
    November 10, 2013 / 4:27 am

    Have an evacuation plan and keep your hallways and exit paths clear!seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

  29. Anonymous
    November 10, 2013 / 11:37 pm

    Store a good working fire escape ladder near a window if you live in a multi-floor home, and know how to use it.

  30. CindyWindy2003
    November 12, 2013 / 9:05 pm

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