In addition to revising my work-in-progress, I had another revision to get started today: my last will and testament. I haven't had that done in over 25 years, so it was about time. And lots had changed - we had a second child and I got a new career as a writer, to name two of the most major.
Being a writer meant making a significant addition to the will, naming a literary executor in addition to general executor. The literary executor is in charge of everything to do with your published and unpublished works after you die. Here's a general explanation.
Talk about a different way to start my week!