The Hardy Tree: in its day, a simple way to mark the removal of buried remains so that society (and railways) could make progress. So why not Hardy Trees for HS2, too?
Though they may not know it, many people are Egyptocuriothanatologists by nature ~ intrigued by death and dying, but very much in denial . . .
The corpus of corpses is phenomenal. But if you’re not close to the vast body of language we use in the dead-body-industry, then it’s easy to confuse things. All kinds of things. Like these things . . .
Identity theft sucks. So, dead or alive, the security of personal data is important ~ but how will you tackle GDPR? What is GDPR? This 12-Step Guide will help
It’s a tough one. What can you say in a eulogy and what is much better left unsaid? How do you handle difficult situations – and why do people write angry eulogies in the first place?