Everybody has a Life Story. Everybody should document their Life Story. No matter who you are, being a human being and living on earth makes you a one of a kind person. You may be reluctant to document your life, but we can guarantee someone in your family will cherish the information you share. After all, your life story was shaped by your ancestors which has not only shaped your life but also the lives of your children, grandchildren, friends, and others you have interfaced with throughout your lifetime.

Obviously, if you are reading this article, your life is still unfolding. Therefore, learn more by reading this article or fast forward and visit our website Life Estate Organizer – LEO. LEO is a tool that helps you document your life story up to this point and keep up with your life experiences as you make your way through the balance of your life.

Why You Should Communicate About Your Life

• Continuation of your Ancestry.
• For the health of future generations.
• To improve the healthcare management of your family.
• For posterity’s sake.
• To inspire future generations.
• To have your legacy available for your loved ones to share.
• To memorialize your legacy.
• To have an accurate account of your life legacy.

What Should You Consider Communicating About Your Life?

Personal Information

  • Personal characteristics
  • Education
  • Marital status
  • Employment history
  • Volunteer work
  • Citizenship
  • Military service
  • Associations

Medical Information

  • Medications.
  • Joint replacements.
  • Medical conditions.
  • Illnesses.
  • Surgeries.
  • Allergies.
  • Social history (Alcohol, drugs, etc.).
  • Cause of death.

Autobiographical Information

  • Memories.
  • Personal attributes.
  • Likes, Dislikes.
  • Lessons learned.
  • Accomplishments
  • Favorites.
  • Fears.
  • Regrets.
  • Opportunities won/lost.
  • What life meant to me.
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 Family Information

  • List of family members.
  • Family member relationships.
  • Their personal information.
  • Their medical history.
  • Cause of death.
  • DNA.
  • Family tree.
  • Pet(s).
  • Other relevant information.

As you can see, there are numerous things you can document about your life.  In our digital software program LEO, we have identified a number of life legacy issues to document.  However, we cannot account for the many things that happen in all of our lifetimes.  Therefore, you can add your own list of autobiographical and other information.  You can customize what you want to communicate about your life beyond the templates we laid out for you.  It is very simple and easy to use!!

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