MyFinalChecklist

MyFinalChecklist

Give yourself and your family peace of mind.

Advance Directives: Five Short Questions and Done!

Author: ; Published: Sep 28, 2014; Category: End-of-Life Planning, Getting Organized, Legal/Medical; Tags: , ;

Advance directives are documents that give instructions about your health care and can also be used to appoint someone to make medical treatment decisions for you when you are not able to make them yourself. They give you a way to tell your wishes to family, friends, and health care professionals and to avoid confusion […]

Would You Like To Leave a Lasting Legacy?

Author: ; Published: Sep 5, 2014; Category: End-of-Life Planning, Getting Organized; Tags: , , ;

One of the chapters in the MyFinalChecklist binder is about what you want to leave behind for your loved ones and Open When Letters are a perfect answer. Open When Letters are physical letters you prepare for your family and friends that are to be opened on special occasions. They can contain inspirational quotes, personal […]

How to Survive a Hospital Stay by Minimizing Medical Errors

Author: ; Published: Sep 1, 2014; Category: Getting Organized, Legal/Medical; Tags: , , ;

A hospital stay is usually stressful because we are worried about the diagnosis that brought us there in the first place. Now we need to add another layer of worry. So-called “preventable harm” incidents kill more than 1000 people a day. This is the third of three posts discussing ways to survive a hospital stay. […]

How to Create a Bucket List

Author: ; Published: Jun 24, 2014; Category: End-of-Life Planning; Tags: , ;

Creating a bucket list is an “exercise in forward thinking” according to the movie Bucket List with Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson (see the clip here). It’s an exercise everyone should try if only because it allows us to think big fantastical thoughts. Plus, according to the experts in this NY Times article, planning vacations […]

How to Organize Your Passwords

Author: ; Published: Jun 6, 2014; Category: End-of-Life Planning; Tags: , ;

Most of us have a zillion passwords. Passwords to computers, to bank accounts, to email and bill-pay accounts, to garages and vehicles, to equipment and consoles, and the list goes on. My new telephone requires you to draw a pattern in the correct order and after three failed attempts, it locks the phone. Some of […]

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