This past week I requested questions (via Instagram) for a Q+A about storytelling in memory keeping.
I received a wonderful range of questions that include topics that are really specific and others that are much more universal. After going through all the questions I decided that I'd like to spread them out over a few videos via a new series I'm calling Storytime. As I take a little time to organize your awesome questions into videos I'd like to start out this series by addressing this question first: what counts as a story in memory keeping?
To answer that question I dove into some of my past projects to talk about what "counts" as a story in memory keeping (spoiler: it all counts) and to encourage you to embrace a wide variety of storytelling techniques in your own memory keeping adventures.
Let's dive in:
LINKS TO PROJECTS SHOWN IN THE VIDEO
- One Little Word® 2021
- Peru Travel Album (part of our Travel Product Play 2 workshop)
- December Daily® 2016
- Day In The Life™ 2019
- Family Resilience Handbook Project
- Project Life 2016
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