How to Use the Wedding Time Capsule in the Ceremony The ceremony is about to begin. This will be a special wedding day and none like you have ever seen before. This family has been planning on this, since the high-school sweethearts met. As the introductory music begins, you see them one by one come […]

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How to Date Your Spouse You know I have been married to my husband for 10 years now. Not a week goes by that I don’t discover something new about him or our marriage. When you have your own business, it can be very difficult to get away from your work. You cannot ‘clock out’ […]

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How Boy or Girl Scouts can Preserve their Memories We have been discussing in previous blogs about ideas of who can use a time capsule. If you are human, an organization, business, or pet, or basically anything of importance you can use a time capsule. Help your hard-working boy or girl scouts review their accomplishments […]

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How to Make a Memory Book for Grandparents This is a continuation of our blog posts discussing, who all can use a time capsule. Time capsules are not just for the receiver, but for the giver who created it too. Grandparents are special people in this world, filled with treasured stories to tell us all. […]

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How to Make your Daily Routine Memorable Now for the rest of the story of how my husband and I met. I continually emailed Mark (my future husband I met over the internet). In the meantime, I continued to live my daily routine. I went to college, worked, and volunteered as a leader in our […]

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Ways to Teach your Daughter about Makeup and Self Esteem “Mom, can I wear makeup now?” I remember asking my mother this question repeatedly, as I would watch her put her make-up on every morning growing up. It was a bonding time for us when we would do our hair together in the morning before […]

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How to Teach your Kids to be Happy “You two look so happy together.” “How are you two so happy?” “It is so great to see a happy couple.” These are messages my husband and I hear a lot when we are just walking around in the grocery store, or at random places, from strangers. […]

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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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