I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for March to be over! We had a crazy month full of injuries and sickness and I’m excited to turn the page of the calendar and start fresh with April. I am looking forward to doing my roundup. It’s just become part of my routine and I’m so grateful for that. I can look back at any month since I started doing roundups in January of 2006 and find information on what our lives were like at any given time. It’s very useful for memory keeping and often helpful in many other ways as well. If you’ve never tried a roundup, how about making this the month you start? ☘️Read More
This is important - I don't want you to think you need to have a perfect or even a great month to do a roundup! February of 2019 was a really hard month for our family, but when I write out all the things we did during the month and put that with some photos, I feel happy. I remember the good times and I celebrate getting through the month. I love being a memory keeper, even when times are tough. Taking pictures and writing down memories helps me remember what matters. My life is meaningful. My people matter. ❤️Read More
For the past 13 years, I have done a simple little exercise at the end of the month that I call a roundup. This has been the most useful memory keeping tool I have ever used.
At the end of each month, I will be posting a reminder graphic to help prompt you to take a few minutes and gather your memories from the month. It’s easy and so worthwhile!
Here’s your February reminder ❤️Read More
My January roundup is all finished. How about yours? It’s easy and will only take a few minutes so don’t put it off any longer.Read More
At the end of January of 2006, I started doing a monthly roundup to recap what happened in the previous 31 days. Thirteen years later and I’m still doing this simple little exercise each month! This has been the most useful memory keeping tool I have ever used.Read More