What do you do with your memories?

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Memoriae is a new Quo Vadis product that should be available in the U.S. sometime within the next couple of months it’s a set of 12 collectible diaries in which you can record your thoughts, dreams, and memories. Each diary, as I mentioned earlier this week, is designed to contain your reminisces about a particular topic (whether it’s your children, your travels, or your friends), and each is organized into a couple of different sections, like “stories and anecdotes,” “addresses,” and “lessons and advice.” It’s like a cross between a diary and a journal, only more organized.

You can also put your memories up online and share them with your friends on the Memoriae website, which recently launched in English. Just sign up for a free account and start writing; once you’ve completed each anecdote, you’ll be able to decide whether or not you’d like to make it public or keep it private. You can also upload and store photographs.

We’ll let you know just as soon as the Memoriae diaries are available for purchase. In the meantime, we’d love to hear how you currently record your memories… Do you keep a journal? Make scrapbooks? Let us know in the comments!

2 thoughts on “What do you do with your memories?

  1. I keep an audio journal through a company called LifeOnRecord. I call in my thoughts via telephone. I’m not sure if I can link to a web site in the comments field here, but you can see what it is if you click on “Keep a Journal”.

    – Suzi

  2. For the past ten years or so I kept a free-form jorunal in a variety of notebooks and journals (I could never settle on just one type). Recently I’ve kind of grown tired of my own ramblings and decided to focus things a little more by keeping a daily diary and concerntrating mostly on what happens to me each day. I might write a little on my thoughts or feelings about things if space allows, but not too much of that. I found a little five-year diary (6 X 4 inches) that I can use as a one-year diary. It reminds me of the pocket diaries that were popular in the 19th and early 20th century. It’s just enough space each day to relate what happens (I don’t lead an exiting life) but not so much that it tempts me to ramble. I’ve enjoyed this change in focus very much so far and have a feeling that for the rest of my life I’ll be more of a diarist than a journalist. I like the idea of the Memoriae diaries, and am looking forward to seeing them. I’m a hiker, so I’m excited to see that you have one dedicated to that hobby.

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