I came across a post from the past. It's nearly 10 years old but it's about one aspect of our legacy that may surpass all of them. As a reminder, the three parts of our legacy, as I see it, are the worldly goods we leave behind, a sense of our values and clean closets.
Although the post stands the test of time (you can read it here), I did some editing and rewriting to update it. So here's the refreshed version of my post about Ethical Wills--what they are, why they're important, and easy ways to create them. (No legalese involved.)
Bonus: There’s personal enrichment in the process of putting the north star of your life on paper or video. As Baines put it, “Putting together an ethical will early on helps you live life with more intention.”
Extra bonus point: Who doesn’t like to tell their story–and tell it without interruption.
painting: Woman writing at desk, by Lesser Ury