10 Tips for Graceful End-of-Life Planning

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Create an "End of Life" Journal

An elderly hand correcting a letter with a pen

In it, you should write your thoughts and feelings about your life's journey. Inside, you might also write a letter to each of your loved ones. Express whatever you need them to know so that you can both be complete when you're gone.

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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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