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Planning a Funeral

Hello, my name is Damian. Until last year, I had never planned a funeral. However, when both of my parents passed away within weeks of each other, I suddenly had to plan two. I was experiencing such grief that I didn't know where to start. Thankfully, my friend put me in touch with a fantastic funeral home who guided me through the entire process. They looked after the bodies, recommended a church and helped to arrange transport for guest. I decided to start this blog to help others who need to plan a funeral. I hope you find the information useful.

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2020

Options for the Greenest Possible Burial

Burial literally involves returning a body to the earth. As environmentally friendly as this might sound, a burial isn't always so green. But if a deceased family member or friend had a love for nature, they might appreciate those left behind making an effort to make sure that their final resting place is an eco-friendly one. What are some of the ways you can ensure that their grave is as ecologically sound as possible?

Coffin Rentals: A Cost-Effective Option for Funerals

When planning to bury a loved one, buying a coffin is one of the most expensive components of funeral arrangements. People rent all sorts of things such as tuxedos, cars, houses, and dresses but can't bring themselves to the idea of renting a coffin. However, if you are on a budget, renting a casket can lessen the financial burden placed on a family. Also, hiring a coffin is ideal for people who desire an eco-friendly burial.