As we flip through family albums and cringe at our high school prom photos, we notice how much we’ve changed. How was that hairstyle ever fashionable? Pictures create a timeline of our physical changes through the years, but how often do we think about how we’ve changed internally?
We are planners. You’ve most likely heard your parents say, “think about your future,” at some point in your life. It’s easy to get caught in the grind, constantly collecting goals and to-dos in endless lists. From the grocery list on the fridge to your work calendar at the office, we find ourselves effortlessly traversing and organizing the future. Advertising, media, and a human desire to achieve more all drive us to dwell on what we don’t have and what we haven’t achieved, rather than appreciating all that we have already accomplished.
So, what about the past?
Most of our lives are made up of seemingly ordinary everyday moments. Selectively capturing memories from our daily lives helps us appreciate how precious those moments in time truly are, but how do we do that? How do we pick which to capture, which to keep and which ones to hit the delete button on?
Check out these 5 tips that I use for capturing everyday memories:Read More›