Thank you for your interest in contributing a blog post to RememberingALife.com. Remembering A Life is a community of individuals who cherish the memories of loved ones and keep those memories alive through meaningful tributes, personal reflection and storytelling. Remembering A Life is a source of information about planning and preplanning a funeral, paying tribute to loved ones in meaningful ways, supporting others who have experienced a loss and helping people on their grief journey.
Accepted blog posts will:
Be written by a professional working in the fields of end-of-life care, grief, counseling, etc. Note that if you have a personal story to tell about a loved one and how you’ve honored your loved one’s life, we would love to hear from you.
Not all individuals who visit RememberingALife.com are grieving the death of a loved one, but from the perspective of your writing style and approach, assume they are. Posts that communicate personal stories and experiences that engage readers are encouraged.
Remembering A Life reserves the right to reject a submission for content it deems inappropriate.
Author must have permission from all parties (including parents/guardians of minors) involved if mentioning specific individuals in a post or submitting photos of individuals.
Please be mindful of using correct terminology when referring to funeral service and other terms. (e.g., “cremated remains” instead of “ashes”; “died by suicide” instead of “committed suicide.”)
You may include one link to a website or blog in your bio.
All blog submissions must include the following:
Submit all of the above to info@RememberingALife.com. Please include the following sentence in your email as an acknowledgement that you have read and understand these guidelines.
I have read and understand the Remembering A Live Blog Contributor Guidelines and agree to adhere to the terms in this document.
Submissions will be reviewed within three weeks of receipt and authors will be notified via email regarding whether the submission has been accepted within one week of review. If your submission is accepted, you will receive information regarding the publication date of your content on the Remembering A Life blog.
If your submission is accepted, it is expected that you will share the post on your social media channels. In addition, you may choose to engage with our readers and address any comments that are posted in response to your blog post; however, this is not expected or required.