Planning a funeral is difficult. On top of the emotional toll of saying goodbye to a loved one, there are a litany of logistical details to be managed.
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Nobody likes spending too much money when they could have gotten something just as good for fewer dollars. Here are three things that people overspend on.
The death of a spouse is never easy. When you’ve chosen to build a life together, it is always hard to see it cut short, whether it lasted one year or 50.
Once the funeral is over, you should consider a few ways to honor your loved one’s legacy for years to come – that’s how you keep his or her memory alive.
What would you tell your 20-year-old self if you had the chance? Explore the things you wish you’d done sooner with a decade by decade look at life.
How did past funeral traditions differ from those of today and how have ancient funeral ceremonies influenced modern ones? Some practices are truly ancient.
Going through dementia is hard on be hard on both the patient and his or her loved ones, which is why early detection is critical to limiting symptoms.
Planning green burials is a growing movement that beginning to replace more traditional funeral services as more people seek to lower their carbon footprint.
Explore common cremation myths and the real truth behind them, such as which religions permit cremation and why many cultures dislike talking about death.
It might seem like a morbid exercise, but planning your funeral in advance is one of the smartest, most considerate things you can do with your family.