remembering every day.

1 Second Everyday – Age 30 from Cesar Kuriyama }

In the endless cycle of “busy”, how many of our days have become a blur?  I found this recent CNN article incredibly inspiring – Cesar Kuriyama decided to take a year off of work and chronicle his time with a one second video clip from every single day. Through this project he realized the importance of making your life memorable and living with purpose – being conscious of your time and not just letting the days fly past you.  

After reading the article I started brainstorming what I could do to make an effort to remember every day – a video wasn’t a realistic option with my schedule or lifestyle so I took a different approach and ordered a “One Line a Day” journal that I’ve had my eye on for awhile.  It’s been refreshing to take time and sit down and identify a memorable moment to record each day.

What do you do to remember every day?  Are you currently doing anything to escape the “busy” blur?

  • I love that idea. My only New Year's resolution for this year was to keep a "moment of the day" journal. I used to journal a lot but I realized over time that it always turned into me complaining about something or getting sad about a situation I couldn't control. So I decided to just write about a single moment–whether it was funny, happy, thoughtful, confusing, etc. I usually

    • That's a great idea! Do you have any tips for remembering to do it every day? I've been struggling with my one line a day journal – keep forgetting and having to go back & do a few days at once.

  • That is SO cool!!!

  • That is such a good idea! I try and think of one good thing that happened to me in the day before I go to sleep but writing down would definitely make me stop and enjoy the moment. <br /><br />Lotts x <br />

    • Love that idea! The small, simple moments that happen every day are often overlooked, especially when something negative comes along.