Together Forever: Options For Shared Cremation And Burial Plots

Deciding how to handle the burial of a spouse when one wishes to be cremated and the other prefers a burial can add stress to an already difficult time. Fortunately, you do have options that will honor the wishes of both while still allowing the spouses to share a burial plot: #1: Internment In the Casket It's possible to share a plot if the surviving spouse makes arrangements for their spouse's ashes to be buried within the same casket as them.

Going Out Green Isn't Just For Frogs

Death and end-of-life celebrations are undeniably an uncomfortable topic.  For the eco-conscious, adding guilt about the ecological impact of their passing makes an already unpleasant topic nearly unbearable.  In the near future, new methods may be available that will help make "ashes to ashes" more of a truism.  Here's a look at the traditional methods versus the new methods: Traditional Methods Burial.  There are an estimated 1 million acres dedicated to cemeteries in the United States.

3 Helpful Steps To Take When Moving Into A New Place

One of the more stressful things to do in life is to move into a new place. There are a lot of things you have to coordinate, and in order to make your life a little easier, these steps can be taken. Store Items In Clear Crates When you put items in normal cardboard boxes, finding items later can be hard and take a lot of time. You can save stress by putting items in clear crates.

3 Ways To Make More Money As A Big City Taxi Cab Driver

In a big city, being a taxi cab driver can be quite a lucrative job. Not only are fares easier to find, they also tend to tip better. However, there are other things to keep in mind if you want to make more money as a taxi driver. These 3 tips can not only make the ride more enjoyable for you and your riders, they can also substantially increase your income.

Need Bail Money? The Pros And Cons Of Using A Bondsman

A bondsman is someone who issues you a bail bond if you have a loved one who is in jail and has made bail. When you do not have the funds to bail them out immediately, you can get a bail bond from a local bondsman. While this is always an option, it might not be the best option available to you. Before rushing into this decision, take some time to learn about the pros and cons of using a bondsman.