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End-of-life planning is a to-do topic that even the most comprehensive list-makers may have avoided.
Whether it’s because you’re uncomfortable talking about death or because it seems too far away to begin preparing for, many people just don’t create plans beyond a simple will or life insurance. (If that!) But I do know you’re curious about it, because this guest post that I featured in 2012 called, “Questions to Ask Your Mother (Or Father) Before It’s Too Late” remains one of the most clicked on posts on my site.
One of the most challenging parts of the COVID-19 pandemic for so many people has been balancing work with family.
It used to be that you’d send your kids off to school or daycare and then go to work, but now everything is happening in your home!
There’s a type of debt that I’d bet you didn’t know you had. It’s the debt you accrue from pushing tasks back into times you had reserved for other things.
My friend and colleague Melissa Smith calls this “time debt.” Melissa is the founder of The PVA, a firm that matches personal virtual assistants with entrepreneurs, executives, authors, consultants, coaches, and anyone else who needs some help. She helped me find my own virtual assistant and it’s been life changing.