Just tending to the personal business matter that is probably the most-procrastinated and yet most important, documenting my wishes in case "end of life" comes unexpectedly.
I was reminded of this important pre-need planning 4 years ago when my truck hydroplaned off a freeway overpass, plummeted upside down onto a freeway onramp, and rolled several times into a very deep ravine.
Age and health do not dictate our order of "leaving here."
I am encouraging everyone, if you would like to leave something lasting of your legacy, please consider including Malesurvivor.org in your estate planning. I am not wealthy, but I am setting money aside in an account for future funeral expenses, along with specific instructions and wishes.
Another way to contribute after your passing is to pre-write your obituary, or make notes for it, designating your wish for donations to Malesurvivor.org in lieu of flowers and cards.
Even the smallest amount would help another survivor find this place of healing, thanks to you.
In any case, get this done no matter what age you are, and finish the task by having it properly notarized. Your loved ones will be ever grateful to you.