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Take What You Need (And Share The Rest)

Take What You Need (And Share The Rest)

Like most people, we love a good meme here at CaringBridge. And around the holidays, things tend to get a little quiet around the office.

One day, our very talented designer, Kristin, sketched this tear-off sheet based on the “Take What You Need” meme. She pinned it to our break-room bulletin board before leaving for the holiday. Everyone who came back into the office and saw it loved it, so we thought it’d be fun to share it with you.

Take What You Need Original


So by popular demand, we are excited to share a printable version with you:


Take What You Need

To save the image, simply click on the image and it will take you to a window that provides saving and printing options. Otherwise, use the image link here.


Please download, print and hang it someplace so others can see it. Share it with your family, friends and other loved ones in your life!

All we ask in return is to:

  • Post a photo in our comments area of where you hang it. We’re curious to see all the fun places it ends up.
  • Tell us: Which tab you would take? Which tabs would you share with someone you love?
  • Or, put your own skills to the test by making your own version and sharing it for everyone below.

Our hope for you in 2014 is that you take care of yourself as you take care of your loved ones. And please remember to keep on amplifying that love, hope and compassion. Together, we can make the world a more caring place.


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  • By Rebecca Grant Jenkins

    Hi Mr. Swanson,

    I am new to this site, having just created my page yesterday. while setting up my page, I tried on a number of the theme banners, but had a hard time choosing one, particularly from the word selections. I chose laugh because I try to do that as much as possible. This morning, while browsing, I came upon this page and thought I would love to have the banner that is just below the byline. Any way that can be added to the themes? A couple of versions with different color backgrounds would be cool too. Great post and I definitely be sharing.

    • By Brent Swanson

      Thanks, Rebecca. We’re very proud of this work. And thank you for the suggestion to incorporate it into a theme! In the meantime, if you’d like to use the image, you can select and save it to use on your site.