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By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: November 16th, 2017 | Categories: Online Obituary
How to Make an Obituary Online

These days, every newspaper has a website where you can access all, or at least some, of the articles that are printed in the physical copy. The obituaries section is no exception.

You can find an obituary online free on the websites of most newspapers, but did you know there’s another, richer source of free online obituaries?

When I say there’s a “richer source” of online obituaries available, I mean that there’s a website where obituaries don’t have to follow the same dry, emotionless, formulaic genre conventions of typical newspaper obituaries.
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By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: November 9th, 2017 | Categories: Digital Legacy

What You Should Leave Behind After You Die

 

Death is a part of life, and everyone must come to accept this. Preparing for your death can ease the process not only for you, but for the people you leave behind when you pass on. Sure, there’s a will to be written and material possession to divvy up, but what else should you leave behind after you die?

 

Leave Your Legacy Online

The truth is, material possessions can only accomplish so much when it comes to leaving a legacy after you die. Heirlooms may be...

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: November 1st, 2017 | Categories: Digital Legacy, Real Life Stories
How Can I Be Remembered After Death

A question that plagues many of us is, “How do I want to be remembered?” Just after we’ve lost someone we know, this question takes an especially central position in the forefront of our minds.

Perhaps we attend a funeral, memorial service, wake, or another event to mourn the passing of someone we know. We observe the other people there, see how they’re behaving, look around at the photos and other sentimental props, and exchange stories with others about the person we’ve lost.

No matter what culture you come from, everybody has a different way of mourning their dead. Most...

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: October 18th, 2017 | Categories: Real Life Stories
How to find people with amazing stories

In this crazy world, there’s no shortage of people with amazing stories. The problem is that actually meeting those people in our day-to-day lives can be hard to do.

Most of us have our routines, and it’s not always easy to meet new people when we’re busy doing what we need to do to meet all our obligations.

How are we supposed to find people with amazing stories?

At Peoplepedia, we found ourselves asking the same question. In fact, this is one of the many reasons we chose to start the Peoplepedia community! Write Your Life Story Online

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By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: October 12th, 2017 | Categories: Digital Legacy, Real Life Stories, Wikipedia Page
I Want to Be Remembered Forever

I want to be remembered forever. Do you? If you’re reading this, the answer is probably “yes.” It’s totally natural to have the desire to live on after death, at least in some capacity.

Life is fleeting and impermanent. In fact, no one gets out alive. The knowledge that we are going to die is constantly lurking in the backs of our minds, making itself known every time we have a “close call.”

Knowing that our day will come sooner or later puts some degree of pressure on us to live like there’s no tomorrow, because we can never be...

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: September 28th, 2017 | Categories: Online Obituary
Write Your Own Online Obituary for Free

I think you’d have a hard time finding someone who hasn’t read an obituary in the newspaper or online and wondered, “What will my obituary say? Who will write it? Will it sound as robotic and impersonal as this?”

If you’ve had these thoughts, you’re certainly not alone, and the difference between you and the rest of the population is that you clearly have interest in eliminating these concerns - or you wouldn’t be reading this blog!

If you’re in search of information on how to make an obituary online, you’ve come to the right place. Peoplepedia is designed for...

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: September 22nd, 2017 | Categories: Wikipedia Page
How Do I Want to Be Remembered When I Die

When I pass from this life to the next, I want to leave something behind. I don’t expect to have monuments built in my honor, but I don’t want to slip away unnoticed. I want to be survived by something – a legacy, a message, a statement.

The question is: How do I want to be remembered when I die?

Knowing that I want to be remembered is one thing, but figuring out how I want to be remembered when I die is another. It’s the difference between wishful thinking and turning those thoughts into a meaningful reality....

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: September 15th, 2017 | Categories: Digital Legacy
Digital Life After Death

Your Digital Afterlife

Have you ever considered what will happen to your digital life after death? Though sweeping generalizations can certainly not be made, it’s fair to say that most people have at least one profile on a social networking site – be it Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Myspace, or any of the other plethora of options out there.

Digital Life After Death

What happens to your social networking site profiles after you die? And more importantly, what do you want to happen to them after you die?

On many social networking sites, your profile will simply...

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: September 8th, 2017 | Categories: Real Life Stories
Write Your Story Online

The Benefits of Online Storytelling

 

Have you ever stopped to consider the benefits of online storytelling? When you choose to write your story online, the impact can be greater than what you might assume.

When you share your life story online, you open yourself up to new opportunities to form friendships with people around the world, learn from the experiences of others, perhaps find your soulmate, or even connect with potential business associates!

Write Your Story Online

For many of us, the thought of sitting down to do some deep self-reflection and introspection is daunting....

By Mark Hamilton | Post Date: September 1st, 2017 | Categories: Digital Legacy

The thing about legacies is that leaving one behind means you’re not around to manage it anymore. The message that you leave for others after you pass on will remain as it was on the day you died.

Eventually, you will no longer have the ability to tweak, revise, or enhance it. Your life is only so long, and once it’s over, any unfinished work is going to stay that way – unfinished.

During your life, you must take the initiative to start sculpting your legacy in preparation for your departure. After all, it’s impossible to finish something you never...

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