After your loved one is cremated, you have to decide what to do with his or her remains. You could go the traditional route and scatter the remains in a place that had meaning for him or her. You could also choose a more unique final resting place. Here are nine unique things you can do with your loved one's remains.
If you are choosing to go for a more unique way of dealing with your loved one's remains, try to stick to a way that speaks to how your loved one lived. Talk to your friends and loved ones about additional ways you can handle your loved one's remains. The funeral home, one like Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel & Crematory, would also have ideas.
I have been a business owner for years, and I want to share some tips for success with new entrepreneurs out there who are struggling. I have had my share of business ups and downs, but there was one lesson that it took me way too long to learn: Good financial record-keeping year-long keeps tax time from being so stressful. During my first year in business, I kept most business expense receipts, but when tax time arrived, I found out that I needed to save much more than just those receipts. Thanks to technology, I was able to recover most of the documentation I needed, but it was a huge headache. I quickly invested in good record-keeping software and it made tax time much less stressful during the following years.