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Remembering A Life Self-care Box

A curated collection of items to help an individual or family on the grief journey - because self-care is perhaps never more important than while grieving.

A resource by Remembering A Life

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Self-care is perhaps never more important than while grieving. Eating well, staying active and spending time with friends and family all play an important role in a person’s ability to take a healthy approach to grieving. Taking time for yourself, however, is just as critical.

The items in the Remembering A Life Self-care Box, including a journal, memory jar, essential oil, candle and more, were carefully selected to help grieving individuals find relaxation, reflect and remember. How and when they are used is up to the individual – there is no "right" or "wrong" way or time. The important thing is to use them when ready to do so, whether that's today, tomorrow, or weeks – even months – from now.

The Remembering A Life Self-care Box was created to help guide grieving individuals on their journey. Whether you’re grieving the death of someone close to you or have a friend or family member who is, these items will provide comfort during this difficult time.

Learn about one of our partners, the creator of the Remembering A Life Essential Oil Roller, by reading the Remembering A Life Blog: Aromatherapy Takes You to a Healing Place.

Our Inspiration

It can be difficult to know how to support an individual who is grieving the death of a loved one and many people are looking for alternatives to traditional acknowledgements, such as sending flowers. We were inspired to create the Remembering A Life Self-care Box as a thoughtful alternative that can be given to a friend or family member who has recently experienced a death, or even months or years after the death. The carefully selected, custom items can help grieving individuals meaningfully engage in the grieving process in the weeks, months and years ahead. It's a lovely way to say, "I care and I'm here for you on your grief journey."

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