In Case You Get Hit by a Bus: How to Organize Your Life Now for When You’re Not Around Later
In Case You Get Hit By A Bus is a book that every human being should read. This is a book for planning in case something happens to you, either now or later. Organized in easy-to-follow chapters, the book starts with the most pertinent tasks one should do and later on gives some optional “would be nice to have” suggestions. From having your passwords updated and stored in one place for easy access to creating a will to planning your own funeral and even writing your own obituary, this book covers just about everything in one fell swoop. It even suggests writing letters to your loved ones.
As I read this book, I made sure to take notes, writing down the things I need to do to make things easier on my kids. There can be so many choices to get lost in that it would be easy to throw in the towel and just do nothing. But as this book explains, you don’t want to do nothing. The ease of use of this book was what was most attractive. Readers can use it as a checklist for all of the important future planning they need to accomplish.
|Abby Schneiderman, Adam Seifer and Gene Newman
|Workman Publishing Company
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