In Case You Get Hit by a Bus: A Plan to Organize Your Life Now for When You're Not Around Later
by Abby Schneiderman Author, Adam Seifer Author and Gene Newman Author
No one likes to think about their impending death—it's a buzzkill and macabre, and we all have better things to do (like living). But the fact that we're all going to die someday is beyond our control—on so many levels. What is in our control is how we plan our lives for death, so that things are taken care of after go. By having a set plan, we save our families and loved ones from the having to assume the burden of figuring out what to do with our funerals arrangments, social-media accounts, subscription services, finances, etc. Not to mention, our peace of mind. Follow this simple, easy-to-follow guide for organizing everything in your life. It breaks down this task into three tiers, from the most urgent (like granting access to passwords) to the technical (creating a manual for the systems in your home) to the nostalgic (assembling a living memory). Being proactive will give you peace of mind—now and the future. You're never too young (or old) to get your life in order and prepare for the unexpected!
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