If you’ve had a brush with serious illness, or even death, you’ve probably given some thought as to what you want the end of your own life to be like. Maybe you have some long-held dreams you want to pursue before the end arrives, or maybe you have some strong feelings about the music played at your funeral. Well, there’s a website that can take care of that! Check out Cake, a new software start-up in Boston created by an MIT-trained engineer and a Boston palliative care doctor. Cake provides you the prompts, and planning guides, to determine your end-of-life preferences, and it allows you to store your documents and desires on one easy-to-use website. For more about this creation, and it’s intriguing development, read this new article in Forbes. And if you have created that “bucket list,” experts now suggest you make sure to share it with your primary care doctor, to better ensure that the type of care you receive coincides with the values and goals you have in life. To help your doctor better care for you, Read Here.