I’ve had a lovely connection with a Flinger over the past few weeks and I thought it worth sharing as a prompt to doing useful things with pockets of free time. If you are depressed by Coronavirus lockdown, feeling shackled by Covid-19 limitations, thinking more about end of life than usual, Dot’s tale might help. […]
To kick off 2016, Jane Duncan Rogers ran a Planning a good death workshop, incorporating her own book, her Good Death Checklist and Final Fling’s planning tools, giving workshoppers the chance to chat, share, think, talk, plan and record. Here, Jane shares a bit about the session and the feedback. Our sell-out Planning a Good Death […]
This week we hook up with Hyper Island student, Natalia, to share her end of life planning survey. She wants to know if you’d put in time and effort to pass on your life story. Or do you expect Facebook to do that?
If you want to engage others in thinking and talking about end of life planning, try a bit of Fling-O-Bingo to get the wheels oiled. We use this as a way of talking about key documents next of kin will need. We first used it at the Ideal Death Show in 2013. Recently, we shared it with […]
Planning ahead gives you peace of mind. It takes the burden off family. See the Top 3 reasons for planning. One of Final Fling’s users, Val, told us that she’d no idea sorting out her end of life plans could be so much fun! She’s not expecting to die any time soon, but she likes […]
Find out the Top 10 things to do on Final Fling to plan ahead and stay in control at the end of life.
Final Fling launched in April 2012. FinalFling’s mission is to encourage people to plan for the end of life just as they do life insurance and pension planning. We’re tackling the taboo, encouraging people to think ahead, talk openly, challenge the norm and take control of life and death decisions, right till the end.