week{end} wonders: write + snap + capture

on 02-01-2013

Life goes on . . . sometimes at warp speed. Click on the images below for some ideas on how to  turn a lifetime of moments into memories.





Check out  how keeping a journal can be              good for your health.



My life-long friend was featured in this USA TODAY article  about journaling.                    Write on with your bad self, Elie!




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String together a 1 second video taken every day and end up with a film                                    that’s more fun than any flip book ever could be.
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Here’s a freshly picked way to preserve  memories over the course of several years: Scribble  snippets on                              index cards separated by vintage postcards.




I’m an Evernote fan . . make that FAN-atic. It’s a website and an app that let’s you record and –here’s the ticket — easily find video, audio, photos, notes, website links and other slices of life.



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It couldn’t be any easier to start a Tumblr account and blog away  on a specific theme – like my gratitude journal bank-o-thanks, or everything in general.



I’m fascinated by journals that use different elements . This one is courtesy of Kathrin Jebsen-Marwedel.



Old school meets new school in the Moleskin app.  {image:blog,stylesite.com}


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Brief. Colorful. Sassy. Who knew writing about even the toughest of days could be so irreverently fun?




An email message  is fine, but it’s still more fun to get a card in the mail. The Cleverbug app let’s you send personalized, printed birthday cards {with Facebook photos!} straight from your iPhone or iPad to anywhere in the world.



Cards – it’s the app that makes it a cinch to create                                                           and send  one-of-a-kind letterpress cards on the fly.




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