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The Importance of Pre-Planning

No one likes to think about death, let alone plan for it. In many families, discussing one’s mortality is an extremely uncomfortable topic. But it is a topic that should be discussed and planned for well in advance of your death. By pre-planning your funeral, you relieve your family of…...

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How to Truly Live Every Day as if It’s Your Last

  For me, after my dad passed on, I had to move on. I had to watch my own mom start sleeping alone in her room. I had to start my first year in college that very month itself! Why is this still a solid piece of advice then? Because…...

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The Grieving Need You Most After the Funeral

My father died suddenly while on vacation three years ago. The event rattled the bedrock of my life in ways that are difficult to describe, and taught me lessons I couldn’t have learned any other way. One of the truths I discovered, is that when you lose someone you love—people…...

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Funeral Etiquettes you should remember

Funerals, viewings, and visitations are not only difficult for the person planning the funeral and the immediate family of the deceased, but they can also be troublesome for friends, relatives, and acquaintances. Funeral Etiquette You just don’t know what to say or aren’t sure of the best way to approach…...

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