Seriously, who came up with the idea of making the ‘anniversary’ of a death a thing? I feel like the whole first year of my grief I was in such a fog, that I just automatically fell into what society was ‘telling me to do’. (to be clear, no one ever told me to honor Vince one year after he passed away – but everyone … Continue reading Bye bye deathaversary.
In the early stages of grief, finding your pants and brushing your teeth can feel like big wins. When you’re out of this phase, solo travel may be just the right thing for you. Continue reading Four reasons solo travel after losing a spouse is brilliant
When you lose a spouse, the year of ‘firsts’ is the worst. Continue reading Solo Travel: Surviving all the ‘Firsts’ after losing a spouse
Solo travel is a great way to manage and work through your grief – but it doesn’t mean there aren’t potholes along the way. Continue reading Five things I’ve learned about solo travel as a way to work through grief
The holidays are tough when you lose a spouse – sometimes getting away can be the best thing. Continue reading Travel Through Grief: Surviving the Holidays