Remember Me This Way
Have you written a will? According to various approximately 55% of people in the US have written a will. Do you? You plan your vacations, you plan to buy a home, you plan to have children (or not). Should you plan to die? No, don’t plan it just plan on it. I want to remind you that when events occur in your own life, you need to think about how you and your family members are equipped to handle them.
Every hour of every day we can turn on our electronic devices. I include radio and television plus your smart phone and internet connections here. We hear news of some new and potentially terrifying extraordinary event. Rarely do we get to smile when we listen to the news. Makes you think…. Have I written a will?
A Final Wishes Planner
Preparation of last wishes can be a very difficult topic for many to think about. Most of us know that eventually we will leave this earth. We need to feel some sense of peace and comfort that we have prepared as well as possible for our loved ones. Most of us would like to know that if a natural disaster were to occur, we would be adequately prepared. That is why I put together “Caring Is Not Enough, A Workbook for Emergency and End of Life Planning”. This simple book will help you put together a plan that will be available for you, your family and loved ones. The concept is simple. Answer the 150 questions and tell your nearest and dearest where you plan to keep the book.
Have You Written a Will?
This information will not be kept online. If the Pentagon can be hacked, so can your most important personal information. You should not want to have this information available for anyone to access by computer. It will be documented in your own hand. You can cross out, erase or add to the information when things, like passwords, change. Tell someone you can trust just where you keep this important book.
Do yourself and your family a favor, and either download to your printer or buy this book through Amazon. The information is on the website.
You and your family will be prepared for any event, whether ordinary or extraordinary.