Good advice here from Autumn Leopold at Smart Happy Organized in her guest blog on Rocky Parenting. I have had these thoughts often. Recently I’ve started ‘my little black book’ with names of accounts, passwords, users names, and other details. I don’t want my ‘stuff’ floating around in cyberspace indefinitely! ~Elle
Many of you may not know that my mom passed away on November 8, 2014. She was only 63 and died from complications of pneumonia and stubbornness. I say stubbornness because she was sick and just kept thinking she would get better, so she didn’t seek help until it was too late.
When it happened I immediately posted it on Facebook which I am so thankful to Mark Zuckerberg for because it saved me hundreds of phone calls, conversations, explanations, and tears. People began sharing their memories and condolences on Facebook. I knew eventually I wanted to either memorialize the page or print everything on it and then delete it. I’m not a fan of having a deceased persons account notifying me of their birthday the following year.
My brother and I were faced with the task of flying to Florida (where she passed) and taking care of her physical…
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