How to Bounce Back From a Natural Disaster

There are some smart steps you can take to navigate your way back to normalcy and make yourself more disaster-proof in the future.

An aerial view shows hurricane-damaged property.
(Image credit: Jeffrey Greenberg, Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

The year isn’t over, but already, an unprecedented number of major natural disasters have struck America in 2023.

Hurricane Idalia in Florida. The wildfires in Hawaii. Flooding across California. Hail storms throughout Texas, Minnesota and the Rockies. And these are just a sampling of Mother Nature’s fury.

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Lynnette Khalfani-Cox
Keynote Speaker, New York Times Bestselling Author, Media Spokesperson, Consultant, Investor and CEO

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach, is a personal finance expert, speaker, and NY Times bestselling author. Her new book is Bounce Back.