After every month of working in my Memory Planner I re-evaluate how I am documenting my everyday. Sometimes that "one thing everyday" is enough and sometimes it really isn't. I love that I got my September down in my planner, but...
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I know that I want to share more of the story. September is a hard month for all of us. If it was up to me, I would have summer all year long. We can sleep in every day, my sweet son would be on our own schedule, and my husband would be home on vacation every day. Ha!!! So, getting back into routine is hard for everyone including myself!
I do love this idea of using my Instax Share Printer to print this screen shot of all the pictures my daughter took of herself when she had my phone. That cracks me up!
On those sick days, I wish I would have taken the space to write a prompt instead of leaving it blank. Then, I can add journaling or my thoughts down in those spaces.
More chances to tell more of the story is my goal for October's pages and so far I have stayed at it! I can't wait for you to see how I have grown in this concept of writing "one little thing every day."
I do love using the Instax printer for adding to my Memory Planner. Although in October I chose a different route. The Instax pictures turned out so pretty though. I think the biggest change I made in October was staying on top of my journaling and making sure that I keep telling the full story! Not just a caption. It will be the story that I will want to remember later.
Create Well: As you work in your Memory Planner decide how you can grow and do better in the next month. By the end of the year, your memories will be documented the way you want to remember them!