Get the essentials end of life planning basics like wills, living wills, healthcare directives, emergency funds and ‘what if’ plans done! Registration is now open for: Session 1: Tuesdays in June and Session 2: Thursdays in June. Join Chanel Reynolds in a small group online each week and finally get the financial, legal, digital and emotional planning and critical documents completed every adult must have. … More Monthly 4-Week Online Courses Now Available!
Hoping for the best is not a plan.
$avvy, by documentary filmmaker Robin Hauser, investigates the historical, cultural and societal norms around women and money. With incisive humor and captivating honesty, $avvy questions why women often take a backseat to their finances and why it’s so important now more than ever for women to take control of their financial futures. Check out the … More GYST Founder Featured in $avvy, the Award-winning Documentary on Women and Money
“I knew something wasn’t right,” she said. “It turns out my husband had been struck by a van while riding his bicycle. But there was something about the tone in the voice that let me know that it was really serious and his injuries were overwhelmingly unrecoverable. Then a week after he was admitted to the hospital, I removed medical support because he physically or mentally was never going to be able to come back. He never regained consciousness after the accident. … More Watch the Interview: How to get your stuff together before life goes sideways.
On July 17, 2009, Chanel Reynolds ‘got the call’ we all fear: her young, athletic husband, José, had been struck by a van while cycling. One week later she removed him from medical support and drove home to tell their five-year old son. In the wake of his sudden death, Reynolds realized that she was completely unprepared for what came next.
Simply put, she quickly learned she did not have her shit together—and when it comes to preparing for life’s eventualities or “what ifs,” it turns out that most of us don’t, either. Read more...