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Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the year, with cooler temperatures and trees in stunning shades of yellow, orange and red. It is the ideal time to head for a crisp walk with your family, to enjoy a picnic or just take a drive, enjoying the beautiful landscapes outside your window. Autumn is also a great time to plant trees and if you are looking to grow a living memorial of a loved one with The Living Urn's patented tree urn and patented system then it is the ideal time to do so.
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Cremation is becoming an increasingly popular choice over a burial due to a number of factors. It could be that the cost of burial is too high, or that people prefer the idea of being able to scatter the ashes of a loved one somewhere that meant a lot to them. Once you have decided you want to have a loved one cremated there are still a fair few things you need to consider about scattering the remains.
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Unfortunately, no matter how much we wish to not think about it, death is inevitable for everyone. And so is what happens once that time comes. Statistics have found that more people than ever are choosing to pre-plan their funerals and while this might sound odd, it's better to accept the reality of your passing and make it easier for your loved ones to bear. Speak to your family and friends about what your final wishes are and what you would like for yourself when you pass.
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The past year has shown us just how important social interaction is and why we need to support each other. The pandemic forced us all to become more inventive with the ways we communicated, seeing as we couldn't see each other in person. While we are now back to being able to interact and hug one another, it doesn't mean that the thoughtful things we did have to stop. If you are looking to comfort someone who has lost a loved one and perhaps can't get to them as soon as you might like, it can be a good idea to create them a grief care package. Here we outline just what this entails.
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After losing a loved one, you are faced with the difficult task of selecting the best way to memorialise them. When you are feeling emotional and experiencing grief, this can be difficult, which is why we have put together a guide to help. You want to keep their memory alive and find a special cremation urn that fits your family beliefs and traditions - or perhaps you want to start a new tradition. Getting the family together to discuss how you all feel is best to honour your loved one that has passed.
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