10 Tips for Graceful End-of-Life Planning

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Sketch Out Your Plan

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Begin by writing out how you would want to live the last days of your life. Where would you like to be? Who would you like to be with you? What ceremonies or rituals would you like performed? What services or celebrations would you like held in honor of your life? (Personally, I want the party before I go and then a great roast at my funeral...which had better be good or I'll be back!)

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Which is the most challenging part of end-of-life planning?
Financial--wills, trusts, and property allocations
Physical--health care proxy, living will, conversations with my caregivers
Emotional--letters to loved ones, journals of my life story
Spiritual--practicing acceptance that all lives must end
These are all challenging aspects of facing my mortality.
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