Updated: May 4, 2022
"What matters to you inspires what we do"
In conversations across the globe, I always take the opportunity to ask tow intentional questions to learn some of the pain points experienced in your memory keeping journey and how we may best serve you in finding solutions.
Overwhelm, namely lack of time, ideas, and the frustration of not being a “wordsmith” are the most frequently cited reason many memory keepers cite for feeling overwhelmed with documenting their stories. This overwhelm often leads to performance paralysis, a rabbit hole memory keepers should avoid at all costs. Does this resonate with you?
Our Monthly Narrative Prompts are an initiative started early last year to invigorate interest in personal journaling, and alleviate some decision paralysis of where to start, what to write and how to curate stories. You can locate and download them from our resource tab
A great starting point is simply to start. We all know practice creates greatness. If you want to be great at something you must practice. Great memory keepers consistently invest time in the “practice process.”
An essential part of memory keeping is not just creating the stories we want to tell but preserving them in a visual or written format. I genuinely want to help you pivot your documenting experience, taking it from drab to fab. I also believe your stories and
personal histories should not only be beautiful but purposeful.