By planning in advance, you’ll be able to have a funeral that you've taken time to think through.
Should you die unexpectedly, your family and friends won’t be under undue stress wondering what you would have wanted. "Would she have wanted to be buried or cremated? Where would she want her ashes to be scattered? What kind of funeral would she have wanted?"
Talking to someone with no agenda (other than to get you the funeral you want), will save you money on expensive pre-paid funeral plan schemes and unnecessary extras you may not want.
There’s a surprising side effect to planning your own funeral. By working out who you are in life by looking at your death, you may be inspired to make changes before it’s too late.
Planning your own funeral can be a creative, empowering and informative experience. It’s unlike anything else you will ever do.
Planning your funeral is the perfect antidote to death denial. Avoiding death won’t prevent it from happening. But by facing it head on, you can reduce the fear and anxiety around it.