A Seattle widow wants to save others the financial pain and worry she suffered, following the surprise death of her young husband. The financial planning website she has created, "GetYourShitTogether.org," is unlike any other: simple, raw, crude, practical, personal, and deeply felt. Not yet two weeks old, it has struck a chord with hundreds of people who have emailed her their thanks and appreciation."There are a few simple things I wish I had taken care of before my life went sideways," writes widowed Chanel Reynolds on the site's introduction page, "like a will, living will, and some details jotted down. Should the ground fall out from under your feet—plan now for a softer landing."