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Good Questions & Practices: Social Media After Death

Good Questions & Practices: Social Media After Death

If a loved one dies, what can you do with his or her social media accounts? What should you do? Social media companies like Facebook and Twitter have developed guidelines and resources to help you manage a person’s digital legacy after death -- including your own.
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Alternatives Uses for Cremation Jewelry

Alternatives Uses for Cremation Jewelry

With the rise in cremation rates, cremation jewelry also has become more popular. Memorial jewelry is not a new idea -- in fact, it dates back as far as the 16th century. Throughout history, various design of memorial jewelry have been in fashion -- pins, earrings, rings, lockets, and pendants -- and these jewelry items did not always contain ashes. If the thought of wearing cremated remains doesn’t appeal to you, you can still gain the comfort of wearing a memorial item.
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Tips for Families Shopping Online for Cremation Urns

Tips for Families Shopping Online for Cremation Urns

Unsure whether you should make the important purchase of a loved one’s cremation urn online? Find many great reasons why you might want to consider buying from an online urn store like Stardust Memorials. There are lots of good reasons to purchase a cremation urn online rather than at the funeral home, and cost isn't the only important consideration.
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Filling and Sealing Your Cremation Jewelry

Cremation jewelry is a way to wear a memorial close to your heart as a reminder of a loved one--a locket holding cremated ashes. This post is a quick guide to filling and sealing a pendant necklace for ashes. 
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What is Cremation Jewelry?

Cremation jewelry is used to hold a small amount of ashes in the compartment of a pendant. Learn what cremation jewelry is and how it is used by those who have lost a loved one.
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