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VIA Funeral Guy’s Bow Tie. It’s 11 o’clock on a Tuesday morning. Usually at this hour, I’d be stepping out of my office for an absurdly early lunch, but not today. Today, I find myself leaning into my computer screen in the most isolated corner of The Atlantic‘s kitchen, hoping that no one stumbles in as I Continue Reading

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via. To make motivation a daily part of your life, you need practice and perseverance. Below are seven ways to stock your motivation toolbox. Use these tools daily to keep your spirits and goals on track. 1. Accept where you are. By accepting your own abilities and working within your limitations, you can use valuable Continue Reading

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Article originally published. The funerals I’ve attended have all been very much the same. Relatives and friends arrive in all black and take seats in the church or synagogue pews for a somber ceremony where prayers are said, memories are shared and tears are shed. The attendees walk slowly out to their cars and form Continue Reading

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What happens when you combine a lack of transparency in pre-planning, record high funeral costs and a general fear of discussing mortality in the U.S.? A lot of people trying to scramble together funds for an unexpected funeral. Traditionally, when a family loses a loved one, everyone hands over their credit card to make sure Continue Reading

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The Ebola virus has only killed one person on U.S. soil, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued protocols for how to deal with victims’ bodies to avoid new infections. via. Funeral Guys Bow Tie Health care workers in the United States are not the only ones confused over evolving government directions for treating Continue Reading