Memory Vault:

Memory Vault

by | Jul 15, 2020

How to keep your photos safe and create a tangible photo legacy for your family

Family life is busy. It’s nothing quite like you’d ever imagined and you wouldn’t change it for the world. The kids are growing and changing so quickly, it sometimes seems like they’ve grown even more between lunch and dinner. They test you and treat you with their amazing personalities and growing characters every single day and you love them more than you thought you could ever love anyone. And life keeps moving so fast through the necessity of the day-to-day. You blink and 6 months have passed. Blink and its Christmas again. Blink. School holidays are over. Blink. 


The days are long but the years? They go so fast.


 And suddenly, they’ve grown even more. 


I type this message to you from my computer, having only a few minutes ago carefully extracted myself from warm sleepy bedtime cuddles with my kids, after another normal, beautiful, messy, wonderful day being a family together. As I wind down from my day you will find me scrolling through the photos I’ve taken from the day and sharing the stories from the little moments with my partner, laughing at the funny things our kids do and say, and wondering how on earth the time passes so quickly.

(I’m also deleting the dozens of photos of the floor that the kids have taken while they are trying to see the photos on my phone and making sure that my photos are safely backed up.)

The idea of losing these little moments of our lives is terrifying. Its how we remember where we have been and how far we have come as a family. The everyday moments are like a magic time travelling portal to “back then” -when we visited Nana and ate oranges in her garden; when we got ice cream after daycare; when we went for a bushwalk and had to carry the kids all the way back up the hill.

These precious everyday moments are why I’ve created Memory Vault. It’s a course for parents that gives you a system that not only ensures you keep your digital photos safe and organised, but also shows you how to tell the story of your everyday family life, how to create a living heirloom and helps you to create and nurture your family identity and connection. 

 If you are a parent who has hundreds of photos of your family sitting on your phone, if you’re worried about the possibility of losing them to a tech mishap, and haven’t done anything with those precious memories, Memory Vault could be the course you need. Click the button below to book a time for a no-obligation chat with me to find out more. 


I have limited spots available for Memory Vault as I keep the group small and personalised so that I can give my best to all participants. If you want to find out more, book a call with me to see if we’re a good fit.  This is a small group course and spaces are limited.