June 1 2018
As a senior, you are probably interested in learning viable ways in which you can preserve your legacy. Throughout your life, you have gathered so many memories, and experiences and these are valuable bits of information that you do not want to be forgotten.
To preserve your legacy and allow these memories and experiences to live on for many generations to come, there are several things you can do:
Organize a Photo Album and Scrapbook
A photo album or scrapbook is probably one of the most obvious things you can do to save these cherished memories. It is a classic and traditional way to organize your photos and tell the story of your life through images.
Scrapbooking is similar to a photo album, except it gives you the opportunity to save other items alongside pictures. For example, dried and pressed flowers, movie ticket stubs, or even that napkin from the first date you had with your significant other. If you think about it, that is a solid memory and one that can create a good foundation for your family to remember and build on.
Passing down recipes through the generations has long been done, and it continues to be a great way to share your family culture and make new memories as the years pass. Gather all the family recipes you can find and organize them into one manageable area so that your family can look through them, share them, and create and remember fond memories.
Genealogy is another great way to preserve your family legacy, and there are many easy and straightforward ways you can do so. From supplying important documents, filling in holes in the family history, and tracking your lineage through one of the many available genealogy websites, you can create a detailed and accurate family tree that tells your legacy over the generations and keeps it alive and well for future generations to look back on.
Preserving your legacy is an easy and even fun way you can spend time with the family and reminisce about past experiences and remember the days fondly.
Telling stories over an old family recipe while looking through the old family albums is an easy and remarkable way to preserve your legacy and pass on your experiences while teaching knowledge and history to the newer generation.