if i die.org gives you a way to write notes that will only be delivered if you die. The service is free, easy to use, and completely secure. Use this website to leave instructions for what to do with your pets and journals, to write letters to the people you care about, or for anything else you want. It's not as morbid or scary as you think; it's an easy way to be prepared just in case something totally unexpected happens.
This is really up to you, but here are some ideas:
- A letter to a friend - to say something personal.
- Simple instructions - whether or not to read your journal, what to do with your cat, where your documents are kept.
- Passwords - how to log into your computer, how to access your address book.
- An informal will - so your next of kin knows what to do with your stuff.
For more examples, see how my friends are using if i die.org...
How it Works
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Try it out
The website is free to use, and pretty self-explanatory. Click the button to get started:
If you still have questions, you can look at examples of how other people use if i die.org, or read a more detailed explanation of how it works. Finally, there's a list of frequently asked questions that has answers to all sorts of questions, including: