Monday, October 21, 2013

Check out the If You Died Guide -- the record your family needs for household, legal, financial, medical

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The If You Died Guide is the ultimate one life/one record resource. It summarizes in one written document, or electronically on your computer, all of the important matters of your daily life - household, legal, and financial.

Providing key information in their time of need, the Guide enables your spouse, partner or children to experience a much smoother, less stressful transition as they strive to manage your affairs and honor your wishes.

Available in fillable PDF format, electronic flash drive, printed notebook - or any combination of the three, with free shipping for everything - the If You Died Guide brings fill-in-the-blank convenience to the challenging task of organizing your life's most critical information and records. What's more, while you're still living, you'll find it to be of immediate benefit as an extremely useful all-in-one reference for you and family.

Comprehensive in scope. Flexible to fit the life you live. Let the If You Died Guide create a practical, peace-of-mind roadmap for you and your family. No matter what the future holds.

If you died tomorrow, or became unable to manage your affairs, would your family know how to pick up the pieces you left behind? More than a will, living trust or estate plan, the If You Died Guide is a comprehensive document that will give your loved ones, near and far, a vital resource in their time of grief. From financial and legal details to your medical and household information, the guide will provide your children, spouse, partner, significant other or caregivers with the essential details they'll need to make informed decisions should you suddenly pass on or become incapacitated.

What's more, you can turn to the If You Died Guide as a definitive all-in-one reference to access your important information any time while you're very much alive. Whether you are in your retirement years, or even if you are young and just starting out, you can use it to list all of your insurance information, make a household budget, calculate your net worth, provide a Pets section for your house sitter - the list goes on and on. With 100 pages of detail, the If You Died Guide goes beyond the content included in wills and living wills, powers of attorney, and health care surrogate documents, to help you cover key information that would otherwise escape your attention. Your attention to personal matters NOW will provide an ease of transition should something happen to you and will alleviate unnecessary stress your love ones would have experienced had you not provided them with the If You Died Guide.

Simple to fill out and easy to add to over time, the If You Died Guide is available in fillable PDF format, electronic flash drive, printed notebook, or any combination of the three, with free shipping on every purchase. We've created it as the ultimate all-in-one reference. Your family will find it a peace-of-mind record of the life you've lived ... and one lasting act of love to ease their way forward.
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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Discovery of a Lifetime

Watch this incredible story from about a woman who discovered her father's letters and realized what he and his family had endured during World War II. She was touched by both the war in Europe and Asia. This is an amazing story. Let this inspire you to pursue your own family history and the stories behind the people you love--while you have the chance.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Lifebio is for Everyone

Whether you're thinking about telling and sharing your own life story, or you've always wanted to write a book, LifeBio can help you take that first step. Lifebio moves you step-by-step through the autobiography process, making it simple and fun to write down you're life story.

If you don't want to write your own life story, but you're thinking about helping a loved one (parent, grandparent, best friend, or other people) tell and share his or her life stories, LifeBio is also a fantastic resource. Lifebio's questions help make conversations interesting and help bring up almost forgotten memories.

 LifeBio is useful if you're writing your own autobiography, or a loved one's biography. In fact, you can start your own LifeBio and work on someone else's too--with one password-protected LifeBio membership.

Life stories are a priceless gift. You'll be surprised at the new information you learn about yourself and the people you love. LifeBio helps people write what other people would like to read and know.

People who use LifeBio:

1. Parents
2. Grandparents
3. Genealogists
4. Scrapbookers
5. New Writers
6. Students/Grandchildren
7. Teachers
8. Adult children (with parents/grandparents)
9. Social Workers
10. Home Visitation Volunteers
11. Chaplains
12. Hospice Volunteers
13. Nurses
14. Activities Directors
15. Wellness Directors
16. Geriatric Care Managers

Get started today at today! Lifebio is a resource that everyone can use!