Star Tribune article by Bill Ward about Begin Here!

It thrills me to have an article appear in the Star Tribune written by Bill Ward about the book. Bill covers the boomer beat and I am busy filling orders this morning thanks to the coverage. The article appears on the cover (hel-lo!) of the Lifestyle section. Thank you Bill and the Strib!

The photo is not my best shot, (the photographer did all he could except photo-shop it for me) but as Jill’s mom used to say “you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear!”  Peace…

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2 Responses to Star Tribune article by Bill Ward about Begin Here!

  1. Kat says:

    There is such a book. It is called “Putting Things in Order – A Journal to Organize Your Life for the Next Generation” written by Ellen Baumritter & David Finkle. You can find it on Amazon. My book could be used as a planning tool as well. Thank you for your comment.

  2. Michele says:

    What would (also) be really helpful is a book to help people be ready to die. Sorry if this is a morbid idea, but, just honestly, I don’t want to leave trouble in the wake of my death. I would like to have “all my affairs in order” so that it is very easy and “un-timeconsuming” for my loved ones to execute closure on my life and dealings, whenever that moment may come. I would also like to help my parents be ready for death, though hopefully many years away. However, given my interest, I still don’t know what that means or how to do it. What do I have to do to be ready to die? See an estate lawyer? I’m only 44. I don’t have much of an estate, but I do have accounts, a house, a car, stuff, insurance, etc. How do I make my death easy on (and even profitable to) my survivors??


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