Why Project 365?
People and places change! Our memories fade as new ones take their places. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could commit your recollections to paper now – as something that could be passed down. Or perhaps for your personal in-the-moment views.
Call it memory keeping, journaling, or preserving memories – here are a few reasons to start recording your memories:
Let’s Be Honest! You know what’s great about preserving your memories? It’s your story. That means you can start and focus on whatever it is you like. There are no rules. It’s your version of the truth. You also get to discover new things about yourself outside of being a parent, child, or employee. Who knew what a great cook, singer, or gardener you are?
The Art of Recall! A good sense of recall helps you better form an identity, relationships, people, places and things. As time goes by, we fill our brains with new experiences and those of the past fade with each day.
Make the Connection! Have you ever wondered where you get your talent, personality, likes, and dislikes? Share your information with family and you are bound to unlock the key and strengthen relationships. Details and images come to mind and you are granted the opportunity to step back in time.
Relive Your Accomplishments! Now is the chance to focus on the positive. Discover deeper meaning to your experiences and appreciate how far you have come. Preserving your memories gives you the benefit of time and perspective.
Let It Go! Putting your past down in words allows you to let go of burdens. It can also help you recognize negative patterns. And when you acknowledge these behaviors, you can do something to change them. Hence, you are more likely to break negative cycles for future generations.
It is said life is a journey! Sure, there might be some memories you would rather forget, but what is life without some twists and turns along the way. It is these variances that make a great story – your story.
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