There’s nothing like talking about death to give you a renewed sense of life…or so the hope goes. Thrive Global, the wellness publishing project of Arianna Huffington, has teamed up with Tonic, the website and digital channel addressing health and wellness from Vice Media, along with the provocatively titled Death Over Dinner website, to encourage and support people worldwide in discussing their end-of-life wishes in good conversation over food and wine. Read about this joint effort Here. In fact, if you go on over to Death Over Dinner, you’ll find all the info and ideas you need to create your own “let’s talk death” dinner party. Michael Hebb, a professor in Washington State, and one of the founders of Death Over Dinner, talks about the circumstances that led to this idea, and its growth, in a TEDMED talk you can watch Here. If breaking bread and talking death is not your thing, you may find that the better place to consider end-of-life wishes can be found in your spiritual home. A recent piece in Kaiser Health News featured the work of the Reverend Gloria White-Hammond, a minister, pediatrician and lecturer at Harvard’s Divinity School, who has made it her mission to ensure that each of her 600 congregants fills out an advance directive and discusses their end-of-life choices with physicians and family members. You may find her efforts inspiring and something to bring to your own house of worship. Read more about Reverend White-Hammond’s advance planning efforts Here.