Making Sense of Life & Death

The Willow EOL Educator™ Program is now available!

We are delighted to announce that the Willow EOL Educator™ Program is now available! When we formed Willow in 2015, we knew we wanted to do more than be of service as 1:1 end-of-life-planning coaches or small-group facilitators. We knew that our calling was to empower other passionate educators to use the innovative EOL education tools and products we created. The Willow EOL Educator™ Program is the five-years-in-the-making solution to our quest to do more.

Who provides end-of-life comfort and care? Introducing a new Willow EOL information series.

You name it—bereavement counsellor, celebrant, cemeterian, coroner, cremationist, death coach, elder, end-of-life doula, estate-planning professional, funeral director, home-funeral guide, hospice staff, memoir writing guide, musician, organ transplant and body donation educator, palliative care nurse and physician, psychopomp, religious death society volunteer, spiritual leader, transfer driver, virtual event planner—they’re out there wanting to be of service.

New! Monthly, Group Coaching Calls

We’ve just added a huge new bonus to Willow’s 7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death Online Program and we want to make sure you know about it before the sale ends at the end of this month.

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All that Matters Now, Matters in the End + FREE Online Events

Willow’s heart-centred end-of-life planning has a fabulous feedback loop that might surprise you. It’s true that all that matters in the end, matters nowand what’s also true is that and all that matters now, matters in the end.

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All that Matters in the End, Matters Now + FREE Online Events (new dates)

Whether you have days or decades to live— and who’s to know?—I promise that if you take time to consider what matters to you about the end of your life, you’ll get clarity about who and what matter to you now.

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Love is the Answer: Part 2 + Free Online Event

In these tumultuous and tiring days of disruption and disorder, the sources we turn to for wisdom and nourishment, talk an awful lot about love.

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Love is the Answer – Part 1

In these tumultuous and tiring days of disruption and disorder, the sources we turn to for wisdom and nourishment, talk an awful lot about love.

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15 Things I Learned from 2020 (For Which I’m Grateful)

The global pandemic has resulted in a tough year for most of us. Faced with so much loss, grief and mental health challenges, the world is looking forward to closing the chapter on 2020. What if we put this year to rest, like we lay a loved one to rest?

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Ways to Honour Your Loved Ones this Holiday Season

As you may know from Reena’s recent blog post, Momento Mori and Don’t Forget to Live, my vibrant 82-year-old mother-in-law with whom we shared our home of 12.5 years, died suddenly a month ago. It was yet another reminder of the constant presence of life and death, and how unpredictable the human experience is.