Reflect on your life and record personal and practical information for posterity.
Recording healthcare wishes and end of life care preferences empowers you and eases decisions loved ones may have to make for you.
Create a Soulful Bucket List, tie up loose ends and be true to the life you live with those you love.
Horizons with Mary Fagan
22nd May 2022
My dear friend Anne O’Donnell, from Coiscéim Natural Therapies in Tralee, spoke to Mary Fagan at Radio Kerry about Be Prepared • End of Life Planner.
Preparing for the end of life
24th April 2022
Learning to Prioritise What is Really Relevant in Life
Judith showed exceptional professionalism throughout and delivered a very personal tribute in a gentle, compassionate and meaningful way.
My colleagues and I went through your book and everyone really liked it. We all felt that it was something to do when one is well and that it could stimulate thoughts and conversations with loved ones so that people knew your wishes.We all really liked the presentation and the section on the future also.
Helen had a diagnosis of breast cancer. We were in denial about the fact that it would spread as quickly as it did. However, due to your great advice, we were prepared. Helen told me exactly what she wanted. We went to make her will. We chose the music for her funeral. We put her finances in order. We discussed everything. When she died two months ago we were able to concentrate on all the things that really mattered and had no worries as everything was already taken care of. I am grieving for my sister which is normal. Thank you for providing us with the plan.
I received your book today. It is a beautiful book with so much information and insights and spirituality in it – it is stunning. I will most definitely use it as I am not great regarding thinking about and putting down on paper my wishes and planning for my funeral (although a viking funeral always appealed to me 🙂 For me this is the guide and planner I needed!!
End of Life Planner
Where death is concerned most of us act like ostriches, heads in the sand hoping it will go away, but it doesn’t and now more acutely than ever, with COVID-19, we are aware of the vulnerability of all that we love. Life, time and love are even more precious when everything is in a state of flux.