Memorial Fab Friday Blog Share

memorial fab friday blog shareNow so that you don’t get the wrong idea, I doubt you will find this edition of the Fab Friday Blog Share memorial (although that would be pretty cool). Instead I wish to remind you to take time this Monday, Memorial Day in the United States to remember someone memorial to you and yours.

May they be friends, family, or simply acquaintances, take a moment to reflect on how they made your life better. Think about the joy
they brought to your life, the strength they gave you during a difficult time, the encouragement they gave you to take that chance and subsequently succeed, or simply the love they always gave freely.

I understand that the Memorial Day holiday is intended as a day to honor the fallen members of our military, and indeed we are indebted to their sacrifice. But I suggest you also make it an opportunity to honor, thank, and remember those persons no longer walking with us who left their mark on your soul.

Now for this week’s Fab Friday Blog Share – posts from one of my preferred publications that gives me so many ideas and inspirations. Please enjoy!

1. Too many great lines to pick a favorite – 21 Of The Best Life Quotes From Disney Films 

2. Keen advice for sure – 5 Prominent Habits of An Affluent Entrepreneur

3. Indeed, change your thoughts and you’ll change your world – 12 Ways To Turn Your Life Around In 12 Months Or Less 

4. What do you think, would this work? – How To Make A Million Dollars (Seriously!)

5. We can all use a wake-up call – (Infographic) The Top 10 Regrets In Life By Those About To Die 

This week’s entertainment segment is a tribute to all who have fallen  –

Big & Rich
8th of November

Be grateful,
Marilyn T

Comments

  1. We don’t have memorial day here in Canada but it’s really wonderful to have a day to remember and pay tribute too. And I like the idea of turning your life around in 12 months!
    Salma recently posted…Finding Support as a ParentMy Profile

    • Hi Selma,

      It is indeed wonderful to take a moment to pay tribute. I think all too often many don’t realize the true importance of our military services. I hate to be away from my family for months on end.

      Thanks so much for commenting!

  2. I always enjoy your posts, but this was seemed especially poignant and informational for me. Thanks for gathering such great links for us to check out. Especially appreciate the Big and Rich video – teary as I watched the video.
    Edie Dykeman recently posted…7 Classic Ways to Increase Your Child’s DexterityMy Profile

    • Hi Edie,

      Thanks so much glad the information is helpful.
      I don’t think many could have a dry eye watching that video, great lyrics for a sad situation.

  3. Oh my goodness, what a sad infographic! I hope I don’t sit on the edge of my bed and regret those 10 things! I still have time to change my life around – thank goodness!

    Thanks for sharing Marilyn!
    Bonnie Gean recently posted…What I Learned from My First WSO Product LaunchMy Profile

    • Hi Bonnie,

      Yes I thought the images were sad and to a degree even the wording. I would have chosen something more upbeat but then again this is what gets the message across for some.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Happy friday to you Marilyn. I’m not gonna lie, the first thing I saw on your list was How to Make a Million Dollars lol what an awesome and catchy title for a blog post!

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