The GYST High Functioning Happy Hour


End of Life Planning for Everyone: A High Functioning Happy Hour is designed to be a quarterly, hour-long, zero-pressure community gathering. Chanel will kick off the event and share an overview of the essential end of life planning basics like wills, living wills, healthcare directives, and what-if emergency plans. Join Chanel Reynolds (and frequent special guests) for stories, guidance and learn how and where to begin.

  • What Will We Learn? Lots! We'll make sure to leave time for questions, but we plan to cover:

  • What happens if I die without a will?

  • What’s the difference between a will and a living will?

  • How much does it cost to get this done?

  • Where do I store it and who should have a copy?

  • How do I find out if my parents have their documents done?

Join the Next Happy Hour

Thursday, January 19th at 4:00 pm PT

Join Chanel Reynolds and learn more about getting our shit together - together. In this next gathering we'll focus on Estate Planning Basics:

+ What is a will document and why every adult needs one.
+ End of life planning basics you can do on your own for free - for example, update your beneficiaries and share critical documents!
+ What happens if you die without a will (dying intestate) and how you do not want this.
+ Bring your questions for the Q&A!
Join the next HFHH in January 2023
Watch Intro Video

Watch: Chanel Reynolds

On her book, 'What Matters Most' and Getting Our Shit Together

Featured Press and Praise

Article: The Power of Raw, Honest Stories About Money

New York Times Article by Ron Liebier

Excerpt: Ms. Reynolds, 48, became an expert through the death of her husband, José, and the gut-wrenching period of logistical and financial madness that followed. She describes it all in “What Matters Most.” Read Full Article: https://nyti.ms/3tHmQyX

Opinion: Catastrophe struck when my husband was killed. Here’s what I learned about creating a ‘what if’ plan

by Chanel Reynolds

Four years after my husband was killed in an accident. I had mostly gotten my sh-t together (completed my will and power of attorney documents, created an emergency fund, got more life insurance, specified my end-of-life wishes, recorded important account and password information, etc.) and encouraged my parents, friends (and the whole world via my website Get Your Sh*t Together) to make it easier on everyone after they die, too.

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