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Understanding the Minimony Trend and Whether It’s Right for You

With COVID going on and most weddings getting canceled, some are turning to 'minimonies' in place of a wedding this summer. A minimony is a symbolic placeholder for your wedding, a stripped-down wedding experience.

Category: Ceremonies

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Dying as They Lived: Unique Funerals Through History

While funerals are typically a somber time of quiet reflection, they don't have to be if the departed didn't want theirs to be. Here are some celebrity funerals that were creative tributes to those who passed.

Category: Funeral

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The Call for Compassion in the Age of COVID-19

In the age of COVID, many of us are anxious about our health, our loved ones, even the economy. Practicing empathy and compassion towards your fellow humans will help all of us get through this pandemic together.

Category: Loss

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Commit To Cooking With Your Partner and Find a Great Way To Connect

Cooking as a couple is a great way to strengthen your bond, save money, and improve your health. If you don't know a spatula from a colander, here's how to get started on cooking for yourself and your partner.

Category: Marriage

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In Defense of the Honeymoon

While honeymoons are kind of tough to do currently, eventually life will get back to normal and honeymoons will be possible again. While you wait for that day, take the time to plan the perfect getaway.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Guide To Selecting Gifts for Your Significant Other

Is your partner one of those people that's just hard to buy a gift for? Knowing how to find the perfect gift for a picky partner is an underrated and valuable skill to keeping your relationship healthy and happy.

Category: Marriage

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Weekday Weddings: Embracing the New Normal

Rescheduling your wedding due to COVID-19? You might have a tough time getting a Friday or Saturday date. Most analysts expect weekday weddings will be the norm for the second half of 2020; Here's what you need to know.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Sitting Shiva in the Age of Coronavirus

Coronavirus has impacted everything, even how the Jewish community experiences mourning. In the wake of COVID, sitting Shiva has gone online, switching to Zoom or Skype and adjusting how mourners process their loss.

Category: Loss

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What Weddings Will Look Like After COVID-19

What will weddings look like in a post-COVID world? No one's quite sure, but there are some very interesting ideas floating out there of what the "return to normal" will actually look like for weddings and beyond.

Category: Wedding Planning

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How To Make a Honeymoon Happen at Home

If you've delayed your honeymoon due to COVID-19, you should know that there are fun ways to emulate the experience at home with your partner. Until it's safe to do the real thing, here's how to honeymoon at home.

Category: Marriage

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