I tend to over complicate and over think the simple. For me, keeping it simple is an important way I preserve my energy and prevent burnout and fatigue. When we care for a disabled or aging loved one it can be challenging to take a break. I quickly become overwhelmed thinking of all the details involved in my mom’s routines, preference, medications, and daily living. Thus, when I think about writing it down into one document to share with her care team, I get overwhelmed. For me, keeping it simple involves a simple acronym: NICE. Breaking down respite planning into Needs, Information, Care Planning, and Enjoy helps me to remember the essential parts of planning for a break while at the same time keeping it simple.