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Monthly Archives: January, 2015

Milestone Memoir: Handout and Examples

As I mentioned in the Introductory Post, Milestone Memoir is my vision of marrying one picture (worth 1,000 words) with one personal essay (500-1,500 words) to create a meaningful narrative for future generations.   This method varies from traditional scrapbooking in that it places more emphasis on the written word, and less attention on decorative elements. …

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Milestone Memoir: Step 5

As I mentioned in the Introductory Post, Milestone Memoir is my vision of marrying one picture (worth 1,000 words) with one personal essay (500-1,500 words) to create a meaningful narrative for future generations.   This method varies from traditional scrapbooking in that it places more emphasis on the written word, and less attention on decorative elements. …

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Milestone Memoirs: Step 4

 As I mentioned in the Introductory Post, Milestone Memoir is my vision of marrying one picture (worth 1,000 words) with one personal essay (500-1,500 words) to create a meaningful narrative for future generations.   This method varies from traditional scrapbooking in that it places more emphasis on the written word, and less attention on decorative elements. …

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Sunday Salon: January 4, 2015

I took an unintentional blog break over the holidays, and while it is easy for me to feel guilty for not maintaining this writing routine, I will instead give myself grace and embrace this new year with new resolve to be more intentional about life. Reading:  I managed to achieve my 2014 reading goal of …

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