Grief, Travel and Change – Episode 144 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

I’m so fortunate with this podcast in that I sometimes get to talk to people about really intimate, emotional parts of their lives – I’m so grateful when they share them and I know we can all learn a lot from them. In this episode I’m bringing together three stories which could all be sad – they’re connected to the death of friends and family – but actually end up being good news stories.

Show notes: Episode 144 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

Grief, Travel and Change

Travel and life intersect in all kinds of ways and Episode 144 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast is a collection of stories about when grief intersects with travel. I’m so grateful to all the guests for sharing these pretty personal stories, because I know they will be interesting and even useful for many who listen.

First up I speak with Justin Watson who shares a story of a very special trip to the United States with a good friend; then Dean O’Shea talks about an important trip he took his brother on not long after their father passed away. 

Finally, I chat with Kate Manser who started a project called “You Might Die Tomorrow” after the sudden, unrelated deaths of three young people she knew. She hopes to help people use activities like travelling to help them live life to the full – hopefully without having tragedy around them first.


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