Do You Have Too Much Stuff?
Did you make a New Year's resolution to declutter?
Do your mom and dad need to downsize?
Did you recently inherit your grandmother's whole house?
Sometimes, specific items hold you captive. The item connects you so deeply with a memory of an event or a person that you don't want to let the item go.
But what happens when you must let the item go because you don't have space, the item is lost or damaged, or your health prevents you from caring for the item yourself?
Your Emotional Insurance Policy
You purchase insurance policies for things that are important to you and/or have a financial value—things like car insurance, homeowner's insurance, life insurance, health insurance.
But, you cannot purchase insurance for one of your most prized possessions: your memories.
You can offer that type of emotional protection for yourself and your family, however.
In this guide, you will learn
♦ How your emotional insurance policy can help protect you from losses such as:
♥ Fire, theft, and flood
♥ Illness and memory loss
♥ Grief and burden, and
♥ Family strife
♦ The five steps to creating your Emotional Insurance Policy to protect your family
♦ How to curate your belongings and determine whether your item is trash or treasure
♦ How to protect your family from losses long after you are gone or can no longer care for the items or your family
What To Do Now?
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