By Sarah Holland. Nursery Decor. Published at Sunday, November 05th, 2017 - 15:57:21 PM.
1. Childhood: while it may seem a dim and distant memory, our childhood was a very interesting time and one that which it would be nice to return to when our adult lives seem difficult. It was a time of wonder and learning…and gazing wishfully at adults who “had it so good”. Think back to the wonder, the innocence of our childhood. The super hero games, dolls, simple toys that truly sparked the imagination. Jot down some notes as you allow yourself to reflect. Sometimes it’s useful to chat about your childhood with the people who shared it with you, your siblings and parents. Jot their ideas down as well. Soon you will have a list that when you review you will see that the ideas and the emotions are all there to be written about. These are things that are still needed in our complex and fast-paced society today.
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While the above are not “decades” per se, this is a great way to review your life, regardless of where you are in it and look for those rich and personal stories that you can write about. There is a good reason why biographies are so popular and, I would argue, that each of us has a great biography as well. We may not be the rich or famous that we read about but we certainly are qualified to write about our life and our experiences. Still looking for ideas to write about? Look no further than your favorite decade.
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