Funerals Around the World: Ireland

One of our most-requested blog posts is back in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. As you’re enjoying your cabbage, corned beef, and fermented barley this Saturday, consider some of Ireland’s less-known traditions regarding death and dying. An Un-Anglo Attitude In countries descended primarily from the Anglo-Saxon, death is something to […]

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A Final Expense Insurance Agent’s Guide to Time Management

Common time management questions for final expense agents are answered here! Never waste another minute with this one secret answer to all your time-sensitive problems! I hate to break it to you, folks, but this blog post will not serve as an instant cure-all for your time management struggles. I […]

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Funeral Home Reviews (and Why Yours Need to be Good)

In our digital age, gone are the days when someone who needed a service would take a look in the phone book and find the nearest business. Now, almost every major decision begins with an internet search. Many customers report that they don’t spend more than 2 minutes investigating a […]

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When Death Poisons your Space

Processing the emotions around the locations where death occurs. Experiencing the death of a loved one, especially when it is sudden or unexpected, can cause some reactions that mirror trauma. Death is an experience that consumes the space where it happens; it can poison the air around you like a […]

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Three Presidents’ Funerals

Take a look at these top-tier funerals for some of the most powerful men of our country. In honor of President’s Day, we’ve put together a few of the most notable presidential processions, all pre-planned by the men themselves. One of the first duties of a new commander in chief […]

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