The Widow Chronicles Pt. 6

Hi!  I’m Hannah and my husband died.  Most of you already know that story.  If you don’t, you can click here to catch up!  Today, I am sharing my unprofessional, yet very experienced advice on the things you should do just before or right after getting married so that when (not if) you or your spouse die, your life doesn’t have to become a huge mess like mine did.

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The Widow Chronicles Pt. 5

I’m starting this week’s blog with a disclaimer. There is no right or wrong way to honor someone’s passing, to remember someone on the day they passed, or to celebrate the day that they entered heaven. Everyone does this differently and I really don’t feel like there is anybody out there that can tell you whether you’re doing that right or wrong. So, this week I don’t have advice for you on how to commemorate a day that is so significant, but also so fragile. Instead, I’m going to be open with you about why this day is something that I struggle with.

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Greenville Getaway Weekend

Here’s the deal – grief is a lot.  It can be really emotional and hard to write and read about grief every single week.  Whenever we are going through grief, we don’t really get to escape it.  However, while we are learning about grief and how it effects our lives, it’s important that we take breaks.  Grief will burn you out and that is the last thing that I want to happen.  Being burnt out on grief means not being open to learning and that can result in us no longer putting in the needed effort to process our personal grief or the effort to support those grieving around us.  So, let’s take a break!  This week, I’m going to share with you about a weekend getaway that Zach and I took to Greenville, South Carolina!

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