Robert Sharpe, host of Bringing Inspiration to Earth radio show interviewed me about my journey. He focused in on the important documents and records I needed to be a competent family caregiver. We also discussed how the fact that my parent’s had dementia made this task much more difficult.
We talk through some real life stories and discuss the how and why these details are important to document for ourselves, as well as for our loved ones should they need the information to help us along the way.
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Download a copy of the Important Documents Summary if you need this information for you or your family. Listen to this podcast for a walk through the list and how and why each item is important.
Would you believe that a disorganized home is creating stress for American families today?
Many of us minimize the impact of stress on our health and well-being. Home organization, it turns out is a major source of stress for American families. The Huffington Post reports that “home organization was as much of a stress trigger for recently-stressed Americans as:
- unexpected expenses (also 47 percent),
- not having enough time for loved ones (46 percent), and
- not having enough time to yourself (45 percent). “
When it comes to managing the household and finances, having a shared roadmap can reduce anxiety and that includes every member of your household.
Home disorganization is also costing American families more than $58 billion dollars — at least that was what CCNMoney reported is the amount of unclaimed money sitting with state and federal treasurers. Loved ones are just unaware of both physical and financial assets during a crisis or upon death and they eventually end up in the very large “unclaimed money” coffers.
To start your roadmap, you can download a free list that includes all of the documents, accounts, and details you should have organized. Not only will it benefit you when you need to find information, but it will assist a loved one that may need to step in and help you.
To learn about the benefits of getting organized, find out how it helped an active family of five, and a couple that wants to stay on the same page.
Consider doing just one thing to get better organized today.
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