I hope you are having a great week despite the madness of the times.
As your Certified Senior Advisor, the last 12 months have taught me one thing…
You never know what happens next!
This year, I’ve had more healthy Medicare Insurance clients die suddenly than at any point in my career.
Look, losing a family member is horrible enough, but if you die or are hospitalized without the right paperwork, you’ll be leaving your family in a tragic situation that will make things even worse on every level imaginable!
A Living Will means your wishes, your choices for how to receive care will be respected.
Medical Power of Attorney means the people you love and trust will be able to make the medical decisions you want if you’re incapacitated, instead of a doctor or an institution making them for you.
An Up to Date Willmeans your assets won’t get locked up in probate if you set things up correctly.
Now remember I am not a lawyer. I don’t even play one on TV 😊.
So if you have complex assets and financial planning needs, you may want to speak with an attorney.
But for many folks, each of links I’ve provided will give a FREE/inexpensive way to get your family protected.
Getting your financial papers in order may be the most important thing you do this year.
I’d love report that the everything in 2021 is better but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Not yet anyway.
The good news, Spring is coming so hold on.
Even better news, what happens out there is less important than what happens between our ears.
Click on the picture below and find out how to feel better quickly.
Isn’t it strange to think we are often our own worst critic? Negative self talk is something we do to ourselves that doesn’t make life better.
If we can remember to alter the Golden Rule and speak to ourselves with the kindness and forgiveness we would use on small children, we might find it easier to treat others with kindness as well. Check out the article.
In closing let me remind you of the purpose of this newsletter:
1. To remind us all of how much we all have to be thankful for.
2. To make it easy to get a hold of me if you or your friends have questions about Medicare or your coverage.
3. To share questions and helpful information.
4. To share pictures of my animals, your animals and everyone’s adventures!
So send me your pics, send me your questions, send me your friends and call me if you need me.