Map a Memory
“Good memories are like charms. Each one is special. You collect them one by one
until one day, you look back and discover they make a long, colourful bracelet.”
– author unknown
Join us on your journey to Map a Memory. With fun exercises, the river of memories will flow easily with delightful details, creating a legacy story for you to share.
Each accessible module is designed to be complete unto itself. This enables you to complete one module and come away with a beautiful collected memory. You can put a number of modules together and voila – you’ve created a Life Map.
We are excited to be developing Map A Memory into a series of on-line courses. Come back in a few months or better yet, join our visual newsletter community and get the details as soon as they are announced. We are excited to spread the memory collecting love.
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