About Rest in Peace, not Pieces: A 10-Step End-of-Life Planner by J D King
We don’t like to talk about death, do we? Least of all our own! But we really do need to start the conversation about what happens once we’re gone. If you’re like most people, your personal information is spread out. Monthly bills in one box insurance information in a drawer, your will in another box under the bed, and passwords and PINs in your head.
This book is designed to guide you through the task of pulling all those important things together – in 10 easy steps. Your loved ones won’t have to worry about where to find things, or what your wishes are for your funeral. They will know who you want to look after your pets and where the most precious photos and family memorabilia are, because you will have told them. You will have power of attorney in place so that should you become incapable of making decisions, you will have back-up.
In 10 chapters, you will be shown how to start this process and how to finish the job. There are also planner pages so that you can make notes along the way.
Do your loved-ones a favor. Organize your life before you die. It’s one of the most loving things you can do for them.
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I'm an author and businesswoman based in the UK. I spent many years as a journalist, working for a British newspaper, before publishing my own magazine. I also run an e-commerce business, selling to customers around the world. I became interested in the subject of elder care and 'organizing your life before you die' because of my own mother, who has dementia. Her condition and the uncertainty that ensued made me realise very quickly that it's never too early to put your affairs in order, and that it will mean so much to loved-ones who are left behind. When I'm not looking after my mother and family, my interests are theatre, books, music and socializing.