Death is 100% certain and causes huge impacts on loved ones. Having to come up with money for a burial, or conflicting opinions among family members do not need to be one of those burdens.
There is a little bit of George in all of us.
We are told that approximately 45% of Americans make a new year’s resolution each year. The majority, of course, include losing weight, exercising, being financially responsible, better at relationships, etc. etc. We have all heard these (and possibly made them). Many articles and books have been written on the psyche behind keeping these resolutions… because […]
Certain conversations are not easy; they may be tense, awkward, and even reveal a vulnerability or weak point. But feeling uncomfortable could be positive if it leads to a good action. Most of us would rather enjoy life and only tease about death. We don’t want serious conversations, especially as we get older and our […]
Some conversations are difficult to start The tough conversations none of us want to have…. How do we work out problems? Do we talk to our loved ones about what troubles us, or does fear and awkwardness make it so we can’t even put the tough subjects into words? We know how George would handle […]
When Rainy Season Hits Before Planned George works hard and provides well for his family. He even walks the dog twice a week and cleared the rain gutters after Christmas. The roof? Yeah… last year there were a couple of yellow spots in the ceiling but they probably readjusted by now. Except that they didn’t. […]
Failure to plan has consequences