Life Forest® Releases First Publication – Women in Deathcare: A #DeathPositive Planner and Journal



HILLSBOROUGH, NH — Life Forest® has announced the release of their first publication – Women In Deathcare: A #DeathPositive Planner and Journal, achieving Best Seller status within the first week of release.

Life Forest is donating the net profit of all sales to their partnered non-profits in order to secure no-cost burials for children who have passed.

Join twelve groundbreaking women who have pushed through cultural expectations to broaden the antiquated views of deathcare, bringing the #deathpositive movement to the forefront of today’s society. It includes a set of pages for each of the twelve calendar months, with a powerful woman who has made a name for themself in the death care industry accompanying each one. Create definition and inspiration each month with quotes from females who defy the norms.

In this planner & journal you meet everything from a funeral director to an animal composter, and much more. Use this journal to plan and create your vision with space to plan, write, and track your monthly tasks and goals. The Women In Deathcare: A #DeathPositive Planner and Journal brings inspiration, creativity, and vision into your personal and professional life each and every day. You can get your copy now wherever you get your books such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kindle. Learn more by going to this link:

About Life Forest®:

Life Forest is a conservation burial ground located amongst a natural forest where trees are planted to memorialize loved ones and allows you to be buried with your pets. Life Forest believes that a compassionate burial experience, and the planting of a tree, fosters an environment of healing after loss. The burial ground is surrounded by 80 acres of conservation land where families and friends of loved ones can hike numerous trails and swim in nearby creeks. Life Forest fosters a community of healing, hosting free acoustical concerts, shared memorial gardens, and educational opportunities for those in the environmental science and deathcare industries. Because the trees act as burial monuments, the memorial trees are protected under cemetery law and legally recorded with burial plot GPS data to the Life Forest Deed.

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