Why You Should Get An Everyday Memory Book

Hi!

Today, I wanted to write about my Everyday Five Year Memory Book. I’m now a few months off of having had mine for a year and I’d recommend for everybody to get one!

If you’re not sure what this is, its essentially a diary which gives you a small space to write a summary of what you’ve done each day for five years. In the end, it’ll give you an account of everything you’ve done for the last five years of your life!

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This sounds like a huge commitment, to write down what you’ve done everyday for such a long time! However, it really only takes a couple of minutes out of your day and I think the outcome will be so worth it!

I think one of these is especially worthwhile if you’re at a similar age to me – you’re in education, going through Uni or maybe just graduated – so you can document all the exciting changes that are going on in your life! Last days of school, Uni Summer Balls, Graduation Day!

I think it would be such a lovely idea for everyone. Even if you feel like you’ve had a relatively mundane day, maybe you could pick out something small that made you happy. Maybe your make-up looked great or you really enjoyed reading a certain book. It may not seem important enough to document but, reading back on it in five years time, you’ll remember the small things that made you happy.

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My memory book was given to me by my Nan before I headed off to Uni as a way for me to document all of my experiences. I don’t think that its being sold anymore but here are a few in case you want to get your own!

You can find them here  and here!

Or, if you fancy something slightly different, you could try a Q&A a day here or even a Worry Relief Journal here.

And if you’re looking for something different, there are so many ‘drawing each day’ journals you can find – they’re only a Google search away!

This is the perfect gift for someone or even to just buy for yourself and I recommend you get one!

Alex x

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