Tomorrow the world will be watching another Royal Wedding as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot. Love’em or hate’em The British Royals are one of the most popular Monarchies in the modern world. I can still remember popular royal weddings, Princess Diana and Prince Charle’s wedding, William and Kate’s. What makes this one different among the obvious is that I’m in the same time zone and though I won’t be camping out on the streets of London, I will be watching in real time in the comfort of my living room.
Like Royal Weddings, there are many moments in lives that we can make memorable and there are many memories we can create in our lives that’s worth a pocket of space where we keep all of those cherished snippets of our lives.
Four ways to make a moment memorable
Great memories are the produced through life’s experiences. It’s the simple pleasures in life that creates the best memories-a walk on the beach, eating ice with someone you adore, making new friends. Interacting with world creates is memorable moments, moments worth cherishing.
Stop watching the clock. Don’t waste your time multi-tasking. It’s not a superpower. Multi-tasking eats up your time and wears you down fast. Concentrate on the things that really matter in your life, make each minute of your day count and smile while doing it.
Be spontaneous! The most memorable memories are created out of spontaneity. Say yes to all of life’s opportunity. The greatest opportunities are often missed because they’re overlooked a mediocre or not dressed up in a pretty package. When opportunity knocks, open the door.
It’s great to reflect but not so great to live in the past or spend endless hours fantasizing about the future, this is a point I’ve made repeatedly in my blogs and it’s always worth the repeat! This moment right now is all you have and I thank you for taking a few minutes out of your valuable time to read my blog. Don’t miss a moment, now is all you have. Make it memorable.
This is also my contribution to Debbie’s Forgiving Friday series, where she writes about and invite others to share their thoughts on Forgiveness, Self-Love and Personal Growth. Debbie, thank you and I am so grateful the opportunity to contribute to your blog.
©Etta D. Richards