Best Three Months
An interview with Gabby Elise Jimenez and her students
Can acknowledging and planning for your own death lead to a happier, more fulfilling life? Spoiler alert. Yes it can. And I have evidence to support it.
Of course, this premise is nothing new to readers of The Bucket. We’ve been preaching it since day one to a choir that is accepting of the philosophy and eager to hear more. But outside the choir, it’s been harder to get people to see the
A Shiny New Life
What to do when your 30-year marriage dead ends
I remember the sparkle.
The shimmery pink diaphanous tablecloths, the candlelight that danced up and down the towering crystal vases filled with satiny white gladiolus and more than a dozen place settings of good silver that created a dazzling perimeter around the dining room.
My old dog Cooper died. He had been shaky for weeks, needing help up and down the porch steps, a boost onto the sofa. He had lost any interest in food. He still went out every morning, and I’d watch him wandering in the increasingly green grass of spring, poking around after whatever varmints had had the temerity to cross our night time yard.
Gabrielle Elise Jimenez: Best Three Months
Hospice nurse and end-of-life doula, Gabrielle Elise Jimenez, talks about how her class, The Best Three Months, can help people take action to avoid death-bed regrets.