Bloggers share words of wisdom every day. At our #MyWisdom Twitter chat, sponsored by Remember a Charity, we asked you to share your messages about life to mark Remember a Charity Week.
Remember A Charity has a simple message: It wants people to remember a charity in their wills – any charity, any cause that inspires you and you don’t have to be wealthy to make a difference.
The chat sponsor Remember A Charity has a great new quote generator on Facebook that makes pinnable, Instagram-able inspirational quotes to share your favourite sayings with friends and followers.
Scroll down to see some of the top words of wisdom shared during the party.
Words of wisdom
We may not get there straight away but we should try and love the journey @Tantrums2Smiles
My mum always used to say to me “don’t wish your life away” @JAZZ_SHOESDANCE
In helping others we also help ourselves to be more of who we are and what we should be @ANoviceMum
Here is mine: Whatever works parenting is my philosophy! @Silly_Daddy75
My Nana always says of money “You can’t take it with you”. Very apt for this chat! @missielizzieb
Keep playing laughing and having fun . Don’t get too serious @missjesawyer
I live by the 3 C’s. Choices Chances and Change. You must make a choice to take a chance or your life will never change @littlenic1976
Words are such a legacy as valuable as money sometimes @kateonthinice
Believe in yourself @star2867
Closest parent to a roundabout takes on responsibility for ALL the kids on the roundabout. Stand back. Way back! @sonnyandluca
Remember to be kind to others, you don’t know what sort of day they are having @thesoupdragon44
Don’t wait for the perfect moment, take a moment and make it perfect @mummabear99
Always tell my son he is capable of anything he dreams he can do! @tantrums2smiles
I think a lot of the Roald Dahl quotes we’ve seen this week are inspiring for children @JanTweetTweets
Lovely thing someone once said to me: A stranger is just a friend you haven’t met yet. @missielizzieb
On her deathbed my mum said if she had her time again, she would have done less housework @kateonthinice
Laughter is the cure to most things @MummyVsWork
The importance of writing a will
It’s not just the wealthy who leave money to charities in their wills. Visit the section about wills on the Remember a Charity site to get tips and advice on taking this important financial step and discover how your gift can make a difference.
I’ve not made one and I didn’t know you could until this it’s definitely on my to-do list now @mummabear99
I have a will and yes we have included a gift to charity along with other gifts to family @jhowze
Visit www.rememberacharity.org.uk and discover the benefits of leaving money to a charity in your will, why to leave a gift (it’s not just the rich who do it) and advice to make getting your will together easy.