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So as 2019 came to a close, we were interested to see which were the most-read articles of the year in the Bios Urn Blog. Want to know which were the topics that interested you the most? Carry on reading to find out which were our Top 10 Blog posts of 2019! That way, if you have miss one, now is your chance to read it!
Bios Urn Blog: 10 most-read articles in 2019
1. The Oak Tree
Read all about the Oak tree´s symbolism, information about the tree type and planting instructions.
2. 10 Clever things to do with fallen tree branches and tree trunks
Trees are some of the longest and oldest living things on earth! Although some times, they are susceptible to breakage. Often times, people choose to discard tree branches or stumps which could otherwise be put to good use. We believe in not only the power of recycling, but also the power of upcycling. Upcycling is described as the process of “converting old or discarded materials into something useful and often beautiful. What´s more beautiful than trees, and their multifaceted textures and colors? Some have built cathedrals and churches out of them, and there´s many you can do in your own home to upcycle those beautiful trees. Here are some ways you can upcycle tree stumps or fallen trees, into things that are useful and to be treasured.
3. Ten of The Most Incredible and Inspiring Trees In The World
Trees are some of the oldest living organisms in the world, and they come in every size, shape and color imaginable. From flowering trees, to thorny trees, to rainbow trees – they are all pretty magnificent and tend to amplify any environment they are in. Here are some of the most beautiful trees in the world.
4. The Maple Tree
This Bios Urn Blog is all about the Maple tree: symbolism, information and planting instructions.
5. The Pine Tree
Read all about the Pine tree´s symbolism, information about the tree type and planting instructions.
6. Places where the Bios Urn® can be planted
From outdoors to indoors, we share all the places you can plant your Bios Urn®.
7. The Fascinating Cultural Trend of “Wish Trees”
Find out all about “Wish Trees”!
8. Festivals That Honor the Dead All Around the World
From October 31st to November 2nd, the dead walk amongst us – at least, that’s what many cultures believe. All over the world there are cultural traditions of celebrating these special days. But what makes them so special, and why are they celebrated or recognized all over the world? To put it simply, it is believed to be a liminal time, when the boundary between our world and the otherworld could be accessed easily. The fascinating thing is that in almost every culture, there is a day specifically allotted to honoring the dead, and paying respect. The tone and festivities of each culture’s rituals vary, yet they all share the belief that during a specific time the veil between the living and dead is at its thinnest, and respect must be paid. So how are these days celebrated all over the world?
9. The Beech Tree
Read all about the Beech tree´s symbolism, information about the tree type and planting instructions.
10. Pollution is a big problem for everyone
Did you know that 8.9 Million people are killed a year from pollution? Read all about it in our the Bios Urn Blog article.
Other Top reads in the Bios Urn Blog
And in case you missed them, here are some of the best highlights of 2019 in the Bios Urn Blog!
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