Happy New Year!
Do you set New Year’s Resolutions or Goals? Do you have memory-keeping goals? Here are some ideas to get you started:
You could start by converting your older memory-keeping items to digital. Make the commitment to take care of “that box” – you know the one, the one that lives in the basement, attic, or closet. The one with all of the old photos and videos that you have not looked at in years. Secure those digital files with FOREVER, a safe, permanent, home that will preserve them for generations to come!
Once everything is in a digital format, you can then organize those files along with your other photos and videos that are already digital. Imagine your satisfaction when you can actually find those photos and enjoy them!
Tell Your Story
Each individual picture has a story behind it and only you can tell that story. Make sure to add the who, what, why, and where to each of your photos or videos to capture the event, the people, and the emotion to retain the memory. Just taking a few minutes each day or even each week will get the job done before you know it. The descriptions will bring the pictures and stories to life for you and your family.
You can also share those photos by creating one-of-a-kind projects with them. How about a book celebrating that special event or a canvas capturing that perfect vacation moment? Birthdays, holidays, or other special events can sneak up on you. Begin the New Year on the right foot by starting your creative projects now. (Mother’s Day will be here before we know it!)
Consistency is your friend! Your memory-keeping mess didn’t happen in a day and you don’t need to fix it in a day either. Spend a little bit of time each day and you will steadily make progress. You can do it! I am here to help. Let’s chat and come up with a plan for you to achieve your memory-keeping goals. Contact me today!