Following last week’s promise to return to something more End of Life Planning related, it occurred to me that whilst there’s a lot to be said for talking about these things; expanding our knowledge and sharing good information, it’s also important to know what you can do with that information.
You know what… but how?
It’s all well and good to know that perhaps there are some things that you can – maybe even should be doing – with regards to your End of Life Plan but where do you even start? How do you begin to get your Plan in place?
So I thought it’s probably about time to share one of the resources that I have to help you with that. And it’s this: it’s The Peace of Mind Planner.
It’s full colour, at almost two hundred pages long. And I know that’s a lot. But the idea is that if you fill in the blanks, that at the end of this, you will have your End of Life Plan in place.
A Practical Tool
I should just caveat that by saying that with things like your will, or your Lasting Power of Attorney etc, those are separate legal documents that ideally you would keep in the same place as your Planner. Alternatively, you could use the Planner just to reference where those documents are.
But if you’re someone who is looking to consolidate this information in one place so that you can share it with the people most important to you but you just haven’t really known where to begin, then the Peace of Mind Planner will very much help with that.
You can purchase the Planner directly from this website. If you’re the sort of person who just needs a gentle nudge and then you’re on your way, then consider this your nudge to take that first step towards making your End of Life Plan.
Until next time, take care.