Why Talking About Death With Family Members Is Important

Why Talking About Death With Family Members Is Important

By Sean Grant / July 15, 2022 /

How Do You Plan On Talking About Death With Family Members? Talking to family members about death can be a daunting prospect, but leaving it till a later date can make things even worse.  Has there ever been a conversation which has been shut down because you’ve been told ‘not to speak about death?’ If…

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3 Reasons to Choose Green Embalming for Your Burial

3 Reasons To Choose Green Embalming For Your Burial

By Sean Grant / July 6, 2022 /

Why Green Embalming is the Future for the Burial Industry  The process of green embalming has the power to change the burial industry forever. As eco-conscious families around the world look for a more earth-friendly way of embalming bodies, this article looks into the reasons why green embalming for your burial could be the answer. …

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3 Tips on Making End of Life Planning Easier

3 Tips on Making End of Life Planning Easier

By Sean Grant / June 29, 2022 /

How to make end of life planning less difficult  Making your end of life plan easier can be more enjoyable than you think. From brainstorming ideas, finding support, and finding knowledge, in this article you will be able to discover all kinds of good gems to help you make your end of life plan just…

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Children's Hospice Week

Children’s Hospice Week

By Sean Grant / June 22, 2022 /

What is Children’s Hospice Week? A children’s hospice is an organisation which helps facilitate palliative care for young children. Children’s Hospice Week, which runs from June 20th to June 26th this year, helps spread awareness around the UK for all related child hospice services.  This year, the theme of Children’s Hospice Week is #ForTheChildren. Aiming…

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3 Tips on Finding Out What your Legacy is

3 Tips on Finding Out What your Legacy is

By Sean Grant / June 15, 2022 /

What will your legacy look like? If you had to choose one thing you’d be remembered for, if you were gone tomorrow, what would it be? In other words, can you identify your legacy?  It can be quite difficult, depending on the life you’ve had until now you may not have even thought about it. …

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What is National Growing For Wellbeing Week

What is National Growing For Wellbeing Week?

By Sean Grant / June 9, 2022 /

Can Gardening improve emotional wellbeing? Clean cut grass, fresh flowers, birds chirping, there can be a subtle peaceful environment when a garden is looking healthy, can’t there? Similarly in life, to make something great it often needs time and commitment to have it grow into something special.  Today I’ll be discussing the benefits growing your…

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How-To-Plan-Effectively

How To Plan Effectively

By Sean Grant / June 1, 2022 /

How will you be celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee this week?  Street parties, family gatherings and a whole host of events, this week’s Jubilee has been planned effectively to get this summer off to a great start!  Like all great things, preparation is key and the Queens platinum jubilee is no different.  To celebrate the Queen’s…

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How to deal with Stress

By Sean Grant / May 25, 2022 /

Why is dealing with stress so difficult? By its own definition, stress is your body’s way of telling you to take action.  As students across the country face their final exams, let’s look at what stress is, how to manage it and how it can be used to get your End of Life Plan started (or…

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Have you ever had to play Sherlock Holmes

Finding Documents After Someone Dies

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 18, 2022 /

Have you ever had to play Sherlock Holmes? Missing garden equipment, important documents, finding passwords, finding documents after someone dies can be a nightmare! It’s often a mystery trying to find these details after a loved one has passed. To celebrate Sherlock Holmes National Day on May 22nd, we’ll be discussing how End of Life…

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how to talk about death and dying

How to talk about death and dying

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 4, 2022 /

Talking about death and dying can be met with horror especially if the conversation seems out of the blue. A colleague Juli told me she had told her daughter what she wanted for some of her funeral service, and was taken aback when her daughter rounded on her and told her to stop talking, it…

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