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4 of the Best Ways to Keep Your Memories

Whether it be a trip, a wedding or just a regular day at home, everybody loves to reminisce about old times. Luckily there are more ways to collect and share memories these days with so many technologies at our disposal. Memories are something we like to look back on with fondness throughout our life, and it’s important to keep them safe and easily accessible if we can! Let’s go through some of the best ways to do so.

Film them


Probably the most effective way of keeping your memories close is by filming them as they happen. Nearly everyone has a video recorder with them wherever they go, and it’s less of a hassle than ever before to pull out your smartphone and record those special moments when they come along.

You can even convert old film formats to DVD, USB or digital if you are worried they might be getting old and potentially will soon be unusable. Film to digital services allows you to take your old footage on VHS tapes, mini-DVDs or old 8mm film and put it in a format you can more easily use, share and store.

You can then edit old video clips and put them together to keep those memories as refined as possible.

Social media-ise them


Technology has provided us with numerous ways to store our memories virtually forever, whether they be images, photos or audio files. There are many different social media websites out there that allow you to do this in interesting ways, whether it be Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr or even Facebook. These platforms allow you to organise your memories and share them with friends, always having them available to check out from nearly anywhere.

Write about them


Keeping a journal is probably much less popular than it once was, but there’s something truly special about reading over things you wrote years ago. Travel journals for instance - which are still practiced by certain kinds of travelers - can take you back in a way that a video or an image simply can’t. Getting your experiences and stories down on paper also ensures you won’t forget them later on, and it can be a lot of fun going through them all down the track!

Hang onto heirlooms


Spending time with old belongings of yours from years ago is another great way to relive special moments. While it’s usually a bad habit to hang onto stuff or not being willing to throw old things out, it’s a good idea to hang onto a few things from your childhood for instance, that you can keep safe and bring out when you’re feeling nostalgic. Like with music, we’ll often associate certain emotions with old things of ours, so it pays to keep a few with you to take you back,

Memories form a special part of our life and help us to create our own story, so it’s important to track them if you can. It can take a bit of an effort, but if you practice the things discussed in this article you’ll be well on your way to doing just that.

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