Planning Death

My life without travel isn’t a life worth living. Fortunately the financial planner didn’t think I needed to give up my only addiction.

In other news, I can’t stress enough how important it is to have a trust or will, to double-check your beneficiaries, to get life insurance if needed, and to have conversations about death. We spend so much time planning weddings and figuring out what outfit we’ll bring a new baby home in, but many people never even talk about death with their spouse.

Guess what?

You are all going to die. You will all be in the situation as me at some point in your lives.

Plan, plan, plan.

I am so fortunate that we had done just enough planning. I’m perfecting it during this next chapter of my life.

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