Monthly Archives: August 2014

How to Organize Memories and Keepsakes I just don’t have time. I have tons and tons of photos and cute scrapbook pages, but have done nothing with them. I have talked with countless mothers who have expressed this to me. In the hectic world of making ends meet, taking care of your kids, going on […]

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Why Write a Message to the Future? What would it be like to write a letter to yourself 10, 20, or 30 years into the future? What would you say to your younger self, years ago? What would you say to your future self? Why write a “Message to the Future” letter? I have always […]

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Family Medical History This #ALSIceBucketChallenge has been going viral. ALS stands for Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis, or has been known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” So why is this blog titled with Alzheimer’s. It is personal. I do not have a family member with the ALS disease, but I did have a very close grandmother who passed […]

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How to Teach your Children to be Positive From skin tightening commercials on social media ads, to a list of all the side effects from medications on television ads, it is hard to stay focused on the good things that will happen as you age sometimes. What do you want to do before you die? […]

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Wisdom in the Movies My wife and I recently watched Disney Pixar’s animated Movie Up. Now, I realize that this movie is rather old, but I feel it necessary to state that this blog post may contain some spoilers. I found this movie to be interested in several way. Yes, it was rather weird, but […]

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Tips for Parents of New College Students It is already August. Many college students are going back to school. Several new students are beginning the college journey for the first time. It is so exciting and nerve wrecking at the same time for both the parents and the students. So how do you as the […]

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How to Write a Love Letter to Yourself During the time when my future husband and I were emailing back and forth, then eventually talking on the phone together, I had to keep my “Future God-sent Checklist” in mind. I did not want to stray from my priorities in life, my goals, and get too […]

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How to Bond with Your Baby Creating a Keepsake together is a great way to learn how to bond with your baby. There is great power in a mother’s touch. Considering that a baby spends 9 months connected to the mother, it is a no wonder why the natural touch of a mother’s hand would […]

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What to Do with Your Old Baby Clothes Memory Quilt You know I have always enjoyed creative crafts or DIY projects. I have also always wanted to make one of those nostalgic T-Shirt quilts using my old shirts I have a hard time throwing away since high-school. I use the same excuse as so many […]

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How to Make a Romantic Proposal What a creative Time Capsule Wedding Proposal Idea. What an absolutely beautiful, creative, and sentimental way to propose to your fiancé. We love to hear stories about creative proposals here at The Original Time Capsule company. What is your proposal story? Please share below. Honey, the dog made a […]

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