We are all living through challenging times, but the one thing many of us do have more of right now is time. Why not use these long winter evenings to create, make and do things that will make a real difference to our lives?
Facing Christmas when you're grieving a loved one is always going to be hard and this year, with comforting hugs and hand-holding out of bounds, it may feel more lonely than ever. To help navigate the most difficult time of year, we asked Jo Williams from GriefChat for her advice on how to cope at Christmas.
This Christmas is going to be different in so may ways, and for families who have lost a loved one, or who can't be with their loved ones, the empty spaces at the table will be felt more keenly that ever. Our Christmas Remembrance Collection has been thoughtfully designed to help bring families together in spirit this Christmas if they can't be together in person.
We understand that it's difficult to connect and share memories in person at the moment, so we've created two digital versions of our Remembrance Cards as free Instagram story templates so you can easily share special memories with family and friends.
In this Q&A we catch up with Sam Grice, founder of Guardian Angel, an online platform which helps family and friends to connect and coordinate when planning a funeral or making important end of life choices.