don't have time?

"Those who prepare create their own luck." ~anonymous

Find some great tips and helpful nuggets to help you make time for memory-keeping in these articles, then keep reading to find groups to join and other ways to make time for memory-keeping.

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"A man who dares waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life."  ~Charles Darwin

PLUS I hold monthly and quarterly events to give you TIME for your memory-keeping!  

***Online events (quarterly) are held in my Facebook Heritage Makers group--just request to join here https://www.facebook.com/groups/315067088563826/ and you'll automatically be invited to the events.  We "meet" at a Facebook event and work individually from our own computers at home to make progress on our memory-keeping (or other Heritage Makers) goals.  You can certainly work on paper scrapbooking, too, if that's your preference.  We post screen shots of what we're working on and celebrate our progress. 

***Local events (monthly) are at MeetUp or Facebook, and the links are included so you can get all the details and RSVP: 
"Life is long if you know how to use it."  ~Seneca

***Another fantastic option is to gather your own group of friends for regular memory-keeping.  I suggest hosting a Heritage Makers class (in person or online) to start where I can teach you and your friends about the many benefits of preserving photos and memories using Heritage Makers and actual ways to do it consistently that will match your time and interests.  Once you all have a great system, then you just get together regularly to get it done.



"How did it get so late so soon?"  ~Dr. Seuss

And if you find you need a memory-keeping partner, remember that I hire out my experience and services.  I can do all or part of a project, help with organization, or anything you need to get you on your way.  You can find details by {clicking this link}.

"...As if we could kill time without injuring eternity."  ~Henry David Thoreau