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Everplans has been featured in an article on The Huffington Post!
Death, Dying, and Dealing with It
Three years ago, I could never have imagined that I’d be contributing to a blog about end of life.
We've talked on the blog before about how to help a friend who's experiencing a hardship and what to say (and not to say) when offering sympathy.
On May 29, 2013, an event that many in the funeral industry had been anticipating for years finally came to fruition: Service Corporation International (SCI), America’s largest provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services, acquired the second largest, Stewart Enterprises.
In the New York Times this week there was a piece on the importance of talking with your parents about their financial affairs. We couldn't agree more.
Judy MacDonald Johnston, creator of Good [End Of] Life, gave a powerful talk at the TED conference this year. It inspired us; we hope it inspires you.
How much planning have you done? How does it compare to the amount of planning done on average in this country?
How does a funeral home advertise its services without being crass, creepy, or morbid? A Japanese funeral home, Nishinihon Tenrei, has tried (and succeeded, we think) by creating a beautiful ad featuring a skeleton made from pressed flowers.
This Sunday, as is tradition in the United States on the second Sunday in May, children will celebrate their mothers with cards and flowers and drugstore chocolates—the single day of the year when mothers are supposed to be pampered and recognized for all that they do.