CELL PHONES DON’T WORK IN HEAVEN – THE ANSWER TO THE DIGITAL WILL DEBATE!
Cell Phones Don’t Work In Heaven is not your average book!
On Monday, I posted, “Who Needs A Digital Will” by guest blogger Gary Simmons. It was an eye opener and a made me think of this book review that I did way back in 2015.
With Cell Phones Don’t Work In Heaven you can create your very own “digital will”.
This book began as the thought process of a shooting victim. Mark C. Pope IV’s day of hunting took a tragic turn and his first thoughts were what about all of the things that he hadn’t taken care of yet. All of those little things that we put off for well…sometimes until it is too late.
Listen to this short video by the author and let him tell you his own story. It is a real eye opener. It’s exactly what he says, a roadmap to all of the things that a spouse usually isn’t privy to.
- account numbers
- pin numbers
- web hosting
- automatic renewals
- service plans
- lock boxes
- personal property distribution
- internet storage companies
- list of what to do with online assets
You are the author, editor, and publisher of this book! It’s your own story. This is the story of your life, your wishes, and the answer to all of those very important questions!
In my house, we all have assigned roles to make our family as successful as we can. Cleaning windows, mowing grass and taking out the garbage are definitely not my forte. My husband says that I’m the brains of this operation (boy are we in deep sh*t!), the one who spends over half of her life on hold with some company or another, the one who
might know(s) where the warranty to the refrigerator is, the all-knowing, ever-finding, walking encyclopedia of useless knowledge. Well, useless to anybody, but me…until I die that is.
I’ve always been worried about what would happen if I were to die? How would my husband manage? or vice versa although I’m pretty sure I’ll be able to find the remote and toilet tissue? Seriously, I don’t know things like who fixes the lawnmower, where to go to put tires on the car, and who do we call if we need a plumber. That is my husband’s territory. In the same token, I doubt he knows the name of our insurance company or even the electric company, for that matter.
In my filing cabinet, I have a red file that my husband is aware of. It’s called “IF I DIE“. It has the deed to our graves, the preacher’s name, number, as well as our life insurance policies. I thought I was prepared. I thought I was being proactive, but after reading this book I realized I am nowhere near as prepared as I thought I was.
CELL PHONES DON’T WORK IN HEAVEN is where you keep all of the information your spouse or partner will need when you die. For those of you who are bloggers or online business owners, there is an added layer of confusion for our loved ones. All of that digital information can be included right inside this book!
The first page, after the instructions, says simply “The Day After Your Last Day“. This is where you have all the information such as clergy, funeral home, and life insurance. It’s a quick access guide to the names & numbers of some of the most important professional players in your life.
To me, this book is just as important and our life insurance. It gives me a huge piece of mind to know that everything my husband needs to know is inside this small spiral bound notebook. It’s a huge amount of security for such a very little price!
*This post was originally written in July of 2015, but I have updated it and the importance of the message hasn’t changed.
**I received a copy of this book to facilitate this review but the opinions are entirely my own!
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