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I found this novel had all the necessary ingredients of a thrilling read - intrigue, humour, wit. Although predictable in parts, I doubt that the author s intention was to surprise - it was more about our herione s journey of self discovery in a society where submissiveness and restraint were expected. The perfume industry forms a fascinating backdrop to this story set in post World War 1 America and French and English societies in the fifties. I can t wait to read more from this talented story teller.
Everyone puts off the creation of a will till late in life, overlooking all of the possibilities with estate, medical care, living trusts and carrying out of your wishes. It is never too early to put together all the documents and with Willmaker Plus everything is done in a simple interview fashion. You then save and print the documents, have them notorized (or whatever your state requires and the software tells you) and place them somewhere secure.
To start the process I recommend planning an evening and having every piece of documentation you think you will need handy. Insurance information, banking, mortgage, doctors and even pet information. Also have detailed information on who you will be choosing as an agent or manager for your health, estate, finances and if needed guardianship. With all of this in hand the built in interview wizards make compiling your documents simple.
Once you fill out information on a person, you can select them again in other documents using a built in address book feature it builds. This saves you from typing information over. You can also link documents together saying you have done a living trust saving even more steps.
The online reference from NOLO is a resource for anyone at anytime. The even include a great handbook inside the box. At first I thought it was a large user guide until I realized the software doesn't need one!
BONUS: for todays world the amount of information you store online is incredible. Willmaker Plus 2013 includes an entire interview section about social accounts, passwords, website,s blogs and anything else you can imagine. This gives your family and friends peace of mind they can update, delete or archive off anything you desire in your final papers. Just fill in the proper fields and it is stored.
Just remember anytime you eve make a change, just go back and redo that document, print and have it signed. You are all set! Great software for everyone to invest in.
This is one of those books that can change your life. You don't have to agree with Harris on everything he says to understand the book and benefit form it in giant amounts. I didn't agree on many things with Harris before I started reading the book and I still don't. I'm not an atheist for one and will probably never be one. However, this book has helped me answer many questions I had about life and morality, but for each question it answered, it posed two more questions. The book is certainly not the absolute truth in the matter nor will it free you of doubt. Chances are that it will let you wondering more about what is good and what is evil instead of taking it for granted.
It helps you understand moral truth from the rational point of view, which I think, is the most evolved aspect of humankind. However, you will find yourself in a conflict, because there are many other aspects of human beings (and the brain, specifically) that determine what we feel about right and wrong. We can imagine a perfect moral landscape, or a better one for that matter, but we won't be able to get that far because our emotions and other, less rational, parts of the brain will be in conflict.
The bottom line is, whatever your beliefs and position on morality is, you should definitely read this book. If you feel threatened by it, it only means your beliefs are poorly based. If you give it a try, this book will enlighten you.
Purchased our pillows last year at the O.C. Fair, LOVE them. A friend researched them and found all these bad reviews...I am extremely picky, and I don't have anything bad to say. They do not smell. They are not loud (not sure why someone said that) We just bought 2 more, for our kids, because they have been begging us for one. LOVE THESE PILLOWS