Taking the time to record your personal experiences for the benefit of your loved ones as part of your legacy plan can be a very good idea. You would be providing them with the opportunity to draw from your acquired wisdom even after you are gone, and this can be an invaluable gift that could be viewed as priceless.
As you go through life your children, grandchildren, and extended family members may come to you from time to time looking for insight and guidance. When you will no longer be there to provide advice your family members may truly benefit a great deal by being able to hear your voice in their heads by reading your memoirs.
Now that we live in the age of the Internet you don’t have to concern yourself with self-publishing hard copies of your work or seeking out a professional publisher. You can simply start a personal blog online very simply using free platforms that are available via sites like WordPress.org or Blogger.com.
While you are engaged in retirement planning you may recognize the fact that you will indeed have quite a bit of free time on your hands and be quite proactively looking for hobbies. Maintaining a blog can be quite a personally enriching creative act that brings you a lot of joy during your senior years as you share experiences that were formative during your life.
Should you go this route you would be leaving behind a permanent archive of sorts chronicling your experiences. The loved ones that you leave behind will certainly benefit from it, but imagine members of generations yet unborn tapping into this interesting glimpse into the past.
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