Gretchen Rubin, author of the mega-bestselling book The Happiness Project, gave Everplans a lovely shout-out on her blog this weekend.

In the May issue of The Atlantic, Jonathan Rauch looks into the work of two doctors, Dr. Angelo Volandes and his wife Dr. Aretha Delight Davis, who are making a series of videos to help people make better end-of-life decisions.

Friend-of-Everplans Mark Dimor is producing a documentary that we think is both powerful and important.


I graduated from business school four months after my mother died.

Today is National Healthcare Decisions Day, a day to inspire and encourage everyone to create advance health care directives.

What does a good death look like? Photographer Joshua Bright offers one answer to this question with a series of photographs chronicling the end-of-life and death of John Hawkins, a New York City resident, and his relationship with his friend and Zen Buddhist priest Robert Chodo Campbell.

Today Google announced a new program to help you control your Gmail and other Google accounts after you die.

For a blog series called A Matter of Life and Death, I admit that I’ve probably talked a lot more about the latter. (Sorry.)

Everplans co-founder Abby Schneiderman was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal's Digits blog today.

How do children understand death? How do they handle grief? A new children's book, Missing Mommy: A Book About Bereavement by Rebecca Cobb, addresses these issues with grace, sympathy, and directness.