Keeping Memories 1,000 Years From Now

Zaria Gorvett writes for BBC’s Future blog about the myriad of ways people have gone about being remembered for “1,000 years.” For some people it is a lot of hard work. There are wars to fight, pyramids to build, epic poems to write, and major works of art to create. But for many of us, being remembered is much simpler. We just have to live our lives and then find a meaningful way to record them. Working with a personal historian, you can create a lasting legacy for generations to come. You don’t need to conquer the world to be remembered.  All one has to do is conquer a little inertia.

Give Zaria’s article a read and then contact us at Artisan Memoirs to find out how you can start creating your thousand-year history.