Life is full of unexpected and wonderful moments, and we must do all we can to capture these memories so we can enjoy them today, and look back on them later in life. The summer months are the perfect time to create and capture some great family moments, whether it’s family holidays and a once in a lifetime trip, or you want to highlight the beauty in the mundane and cherish that night you and your friends came together, days out with the kids, ice cream on the beach, days at the lake…the possibilities are endless, but as memories fade and recollections differ, sharing and preserving these moments is essential and will ensure these memories are shared for generations to come.
In this post, we’ll explore some creative ways you can share and preserve your favourite summer moments. Read on to find out more.
As you may know if you follow me over on Instagram or Twitter, we took the unenviable decision to move house during a global pandemic. While it great because we had a lot of spare time to get the move sorted, it also meant we haven’t yet ventured out to shops to choose furniture and decor, so all our rooms still look like little empty boxes which is the complete opposite of our last house with it’s bright, rich colours and textured wallpapers!
The debate about a light fixture for our hallway has been rumbling on since October!
I’m a firm believer in trying new things, from food to music to books and travel. Whilst I am always looking for that new experience or skill to learn, I do have my trusty “can do” list. We aim to visit a new place regularly whether it is near or far – you know where love a road trip here at Lady from a Tramp! Professionally, I push myself to learn or develop a new skill every 3 months at work so I can put it to use for the rest of the year.
It’s only a days until my next travel adventure but I already have my eyes on another trip after that.
To maximise my money and make more trips possible, I try to cut costs and save money where I can. I bought a new coffee machine to stop me buying take away coffee and the saving was significant.
Every year there is a whole heap of pressure on us to set our New Year’s Resolution and stick to them. Usually we over stretch, over promise and then feel extra crappy when we can’t maintain them passed the end of January.
I choose to set realistic goals rather than New Year’s Resolution because I will feel energised and accomplished throughout the following 12 months.