Wednesday, November 27, 2013
When Someone Dies: The Practical Guide to the Logistics of Death by Scott Taylor Smitth
This author and book was featured on NPR and I listened while I was making some granola. It was a really informative interview about a topic that we tend to stay away from. I checked out the book shortly after and it was not a fun read, but provided some good information.
This book really breaks things down into what needs to be done practically to go through the business of closing out a loved one's life. It includes some helpful check-lists and is written in really accessible language.
The last chapter is about what you, as a still living person, need to do in order to make things easy for those you leave behind.
Posted by Elaine at 6:00 AM