From the musical “Cats” by Andrew Lloyd-Webber

Memory
Turn your face to the moonlight
Let your memory lead you
Open up, enter in
If you find there
The meaning of what happiness is
Then a new life will begin

What a lovely notion, and one I believe in. We live, we die, we are remembered, and a new life begins. My guest Irina Jordan is in the memory business. As founder and owner of Artisurn, she curates a precious collection of one of a kind urns, jewelry and keepsakes that do so much more than just hold the remains of a loved one. They hold our memory of them too. Irina is a super optimist, writes on the Huffington Post, practices yoga, recently did a TedTalk on the Good Death, and still finds time to raise three children with her husband. A beautiful and intelligent lady from the Old Country, please join me for my interview with Irina Jordan of Artisurn.

Some urns Irina sells

In this Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Irina’s journey from Russia to the United States
  • Why she chose urns as a business
  • How she managed to get in the Huffington Post
  • Where to buy her products

The $25 off gift certificate!

The more I work in this field, the more I believe it is important for families to spend time with each other, hearing the stories that make up our lives. The help capture those stories, I’ve invented a product called StoryBox, and I’d like you to take a look at it. It will only cost you a few moments of your time, and it could pay dividends forever. Please visit the StoryBox page, watch the four minute video, and then take a short, anonymous survey and get a $25 off certificate that can be used toward the purchase of StoryBox. Thank you!

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