It’s actually much more than 10, but if we put the real number in the headline you might have become too overwhelmed by all the goodness.
Where did 2017 go? Seriously, we’ve been looking all over for it (even under the couch.) In the meantime, why not check out all these interesting, informative, and downright entertaining features we crafted over the past 12 month.
Before you run to the nearest Lamborghini dealership, read this article.
2. ALWAYS BE PREPARED
If you ever find yourself in the middle of an emergency evacuation, here are some essential and irreplaceable items you take with you. (Checklist Included!)
3. BE INSPIRED
You’ll never get to the top of Mt. Everest (or the top of the tall slide at the water park) if you don’t have a little organizational help.
4. AN EXPLOSIVE SENDOFF
From outer space, to the sea, to diamonds, to becoming a tree...
5. YOU SNOOZE, YOU LOSE
You should definitely consider these often overlooked types of insurance sooner than later.
6. MEDICAL MADNESS
Symptoms includes showing up out of nowhere, meddling in medical treatments, and being a general nuisance to everyone.
7. GET IT TOGETHER
Time to purge.
8. THE BEST LAST WORDS
Who says obituaries have to be solemn affairs? It’s your legacy, have some fun with it like these people did.
9. TAKING CARE
A combination of careful planning and tough decisions make all the difference.
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10. JUST PLAIN WEIRD
Something to, umm, wrap your head around.
BONUS: OUR FRESH NEW LOOK
We completely redesigned the Everplans platform earlier this year, helping making it easier to navigate, faster to use, and so much prettier. This is just the beginning of our efforts to make getting a plan in place as easy and satisfying as possible. Stay tuned because we've got big plans* for 2018. Literally.
*Pun completley intented