How To Document Your Life One List at A Time

I don’t know you, but I often find myself thinking about how I’d love to remember what my life was like ten years ago, I mean, the little things, like what I kept on my bedside, what book I was reading or what I carried in my bag, for example. There are not things you usually write on your diary or your planner, maybe you can write down your frustrations, your happy moments, but who cares about that box of kleenex next to your bed? I care about it and you should to, because our memories are precious things to be preserved.

Documenting your everyday life without feeling yourself too bored for doing or stuck in the ‘no-time’ trap it is not impossible, you just need one thing: prompts. That’s why I’m happy to announce that the registrations for the March 2015 edition of Amy and Kam’s 30 Days of Lists are now open!

“Not everyone can make a mini scrapbook every week or an art journal page every night. 30 Days of Lists is our encouragement and challenge to you that you CAN journal just something every day — even something as small as a list.”

For 30 days you’ll receive a daily prompt to make a list, only 5-10 minutes per day for yourself to document your life in a quick and straight to the point way. Plus you’ll be able to share your lists and meet new friends in the private blog of the challenge and the Facebook group for the listers. I joined it last December and I couldn’t be more happy with my choice, I have now a notebook full of lists to remember myself how my life looked like during December 2014.

This experience has been somehow therapeutic for me, that’s why I am proud to be the sponsor for the March 2015 edition of 30 Days of Lists and I’ll also host one of the prompts!

Register today and get ready to list.

I am a #30Lists sponsor, and I receive a small amount in exchange for every registration sold through my links. If you like my blog, please, consider it as a way to support me (and my burrow). I tested myself this creative challenge and I think you’ll fall in love with it too!

Photo credit: Death to the Stock.

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