End of life planning. Keep it simple.

As a writer, I love flowery language. I adore a snappy turn of phrase. I like making the reader think, both about what I write and about how I write it.

Haje Jan Kamps
Mar 3, 2017 · 4 min read
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Pipe smoking not encouraged. Nor is using a typewriter. Or wearing that hideous lime tie. Get your act together, sir.

Putting advance care planning on the agenda

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104 words, but only 3 sentences. Extremely complicated structure. Passive tense.
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The document itself is better than the ABA website. But not by much. Hemingway Writer things you need a Grade 13 reading level to be able to read it.

Keep it simple.



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