An eminently practical and friendly guide to planning life’s ultimate conclusion, including journal space to help loved ones honor and celebrate your life in the best way possible.
Have you ever thought about who will be at your funeral? Who will read your eulogy, or what your obituary will say? How about who will take care of your precious dog Lester?
Formatted like a journal, sprinkled with tips from professionals and amusing anecdotes, My Last Wishes is a resource to consider these questions and more. Not only does it help you to plan your “last party,” it makes the planning process less painful for your loved ones by clarifying your wishes.
Author Joy Meredith takes a fresh approach to end-of-life planning with practical guidance as well as prompts to examine and reflect on your own life in journal entries, such as, “What is your biggest accomplishment?” and “What is your biggest regret?” What’s more, the book helps you to enhance your life right now with chapters like “Finish the Unfinished,” on the freeing process of making amends.
Playful, pragmatic, and uplifting, My Last Wishes makes a sensitive subject charmingly accessible.
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About the Author
Joy Meredith is an expert on appreciating life and discussing death. After losing several of the people she has loved, Joy knows firsthand what it is like to be left without any instructions for carrying out a loved one's final wishes. A writer, consultant, and the creator of ME Mapping, she lives and leads workshops in the Chicagoland area.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My niece passed away this year and it got me to thinking about how I wanted my affairs handled when my time comes. Hopefully it will make things easier for my family by reading this journal. I have put in my request for how to dispose of my body, music to play at my funeral and other important information my family will need to take care of my affairs. Death is a guarantee event in life so make you wishes known!I appreciate the humor the author included in this journal as well. I realize the journal is not a replacement for a legal will but it serves as a guide for my surviors.