Planning for the inevitable is important.
Most of us won't know when our time here on Earth will end. For those who are close to someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, Alzheimer's or another life-changing condition, it can be hard to know what to expect. While it's never easy to think about your own mortality, it's important to think about how you will manage your final days, so that your loved ones don't have to.
Planning for the inevitable is important. We all know our bodies will fail us at some point, but when it happens, it can feel like a shock. Our loved ones will be left behind to deal with the fallout, and while they are capable people, they will need help. The first step in planning for our own death is to determine exactly what we want our funeral to look like and our preferred style of burial.
Second, have a conversation about what you would like to include in your funeral. Third, find a trusted and experienced funeral home, crematorium, or cemetery to help plan the funeral. This will make sure that all the important aspects of the end of your life are taken care of, and left for your loved ones to deal with.