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Spend the Day Doing Something Your Loved One Enjoyed or Their Favorite Hobby
Attend a play, concert, theme park, baseball game, etc. Doing their favorite hobby is another way to honor their memory. Whether it’s cooking, reading, exercising, or something else, dedicate the day to their favorite pastime.
Volunteer at Their Favorite Charity
Another way to spend the day is volunteering at their favorite charity. You can honor their life while making a difference in the lives of others in need.
Donate to Their Favorite Cause
An additional way to honor their memory while helping others is to donate to their favorite cause in their name. Find a charity that reflected their interests, such as if they were passionate about animal rights or helping the homeless.
Cook Their Favorite Dish
If your loved one was an avid cook or baker, make their favorite meal. You can invite family and friends of your loved one over to enjoy the meal and share stories about your loved one.
Create a Memorial Photo Craft
If you’re crafty, create a memorial photo craft of your loved one. From a photo wreath to proudly display to a scrapbook filled with memories, there are endless ideas.
Create a Quote Board
Choose a quote that is special to your family and reminds you of your loved one and put it on a chalkboard, paint it on a wood board or fabric. It can be from their favorite book, movie, poem or something that they used to always say. Add your own personal touches to it that remind you of your loved one and hang it in your home.
Allow Yourself Time Alone to Grieve
Lastly, don’t forget to allow yourself time alone to grieve. It’s important to accept your emotions and not deny yourself a healthy healing journey.