No-one likes to think about the inevitable...but the reality is, none of us will live forever.
We will all have to deal with death, and the ramifications of the death of someone we know, at some point in our lives.
I know...it's not a pleasant thought, but there are some practical steps that we can all take today so that those people left behind can tidy our affairs as efficiently as possible.
"The Gift of Preparation" is a book that I have recently discovered. The link below will take you to the website where you can purchase it.
It has some great information in it, and I encourage you all to read it.
When someone dies, there's a lot of 'stuff' that needs to sorted out. We can make this task easier for our families if we keep our files in order and write down important things, like online passwords and access codes.
We can all give our families "The Gift of Preparation" and it can be the last thing we do to help out our loved ones at a really difficult time.
Here's the link:
Take the time to get your 'ducks in a row' and your family will ultimately thank you for it!