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Why should I create a Family Tree?
Published 02/09/2021
I know that when I have lost certain family members in the past that I find myself actually learning new things about them at the funeral. Whether it is from the minister or celebrant during the service, or from other family members at the wake, there is always a tale being told that can make you wonder how much more there is to learn about your own family. If that sounds like something you have experienced, then why not take the first step into learning more about your own family history by creating your very own family tree?
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10 Hobbies to Keep your Mind Active
Published 30/08/2021
In the last year or so, we've all spent a lot more time in our homes, flats and apartments than ever before due to Coronavirus and the restrictions put in place to combat it. And, if you're anything like me, you've often found yourself wanting a new hobby to engage in. After all, there's only so much television you can watch. In today's blog I'm going to take a look at 10 potential hobbies to take up which will help keep your mind active and happy.
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Where Can I Be Buried?
Published 26/08/2021
The most commonly known places for burial are cemeteries and churchyards. If you are religious, you can ask to be buried in a churchyard, though bear in mind that some churchyards no longer have room for new burials. Most cemeteries are non-denominational, so anyone can be buried in them as long as they have a plot.
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How do I Register a Death?
Published 23/08/2021
When a loved one passes away, it's hard to bring yourself to do anything. Unfortunately however, there are many administrative tasks which will need to be completed. One of the most important of these is registering the passing. But how do you register a death? Well, that's what I'm going to cover in today's blog, which will hopefully prove useful if you ever find yourself in this unfortunate position.
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Tasks to Complete when a Loved One Passes Away
Published 19/08/2021
When someone you love passes away, it can take time to compose yourself mentally. At that point, you will likely start to complete the standard tasks that have to be sorted when someone has died, such as registering their death and planning a funeral. But that's not all that needs to be done. There are many other things which will need to be done when someone has passed away, some of which we can easily forget to do. In today's blog I'm going to cover some of the tasks which will need to be completed when someone has passed on, with an emphasis on some you may have forgotten or didn't know needed doing at all.
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How to cope with the death of a pet
Published 16/08/2021
A lot of us have a deep connection with an animal companion. They aren’t “just a dog” or “just a cat” or whatever animal it may be, they are a valued member of the family. A pet can give us companionship, keep us active and bring wonderful memories to us. When that is taken away it’s normal to feel lost and overwhelmed by grief. The loss of your beloved furry friend can trigger all sorts of emotions and whilst some people do not understand the depth of love you had for your pet it is important to not be ashamed and bottle up your emotions. Everyone experiences grief differently and that grief can vary massively depending on the circumstances such as your age, personality, age of the pet, how they passed and of course how close you were to your pet.
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Can I get Buried at Sea?
Published 12/08/2021
We have explored many different types of funeral in the past, from humanist services to green burials, and found that most final wishes can be accommodated in the UK (outside of covid restrictions). But what about burial at sea? When I think of being buried at sea I think of war times, hardened Trawlermen and historical Naval figures; lives lived, fought and died at sea. Many Funeral Directors offer burial at sea as an option in 2021, so my perceptions of burial at sea are definitely out of date, so what does a burial at sea look like nowadays and is it something anyone can choose?
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What Can You Do in Your Retirement?
Published 09/08/2021
So, you've finally done it. After all the years of education and work, you've reached retirement. No more early alarms for work, stressful days at the office or getting stuck in the dreaded rush-hour traffic. Life is good. But, as the weeks and months go by, you may begin to wonder: "what do I do with myself?" Having so much free time after a life-long busy schedule sounds like the best thing in the world, but it may lead to boredom and even loneliness if you don't manage it right. What can you do in your retirement? Well that's the million dollar question that I'm going to attempt to answer in today's blog.
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Organ Donation
Published 05/08/2021
According to the NHS organ donation website you could save up to 9 lives by donating your organs after death. On 20th May 2020, the law regarding organ donation in England was changed to an opt out system, allowing more people to save more lives. Now it will be automatically assumed that you agree to become an organ donor when you die if you are over 18, you are not in an excluded group and you have not opted out.
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Top 5 Apps for Mindfulness
Published 02/08/2021
Taking care of our mental health should be just as important as our physical health. The pandemic has taken a toll on our mental health one way or another which is why it is so important to spend some time that will help it. As we are coming out of lockdown (fingers crossed) soon we all still need to know how to cope with stresses in our everyday life. According to the NHS website, paying more attention to the present moment, and to thoughts and feelings, can help to improve mental wellbeing and enables people to enjoy life and understand themselves better. Here will go through the top 5 apps for mindfulness:
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