The author Gretchen Rubin has this idea of a “Scrapbook of Now,” where you preserve photos of the ordinary things that will be fascinating in a couple of decades: what your supermarket looked like inside, what you had in your fridge, what you wore to work. In her “Happier” podcast the other day, she mentioned that this applies to the pandemic, too.
Here are a few of the photos that capture a bit of what the past few months have been like for us over the past few months. What would your scrapbook contain? I’d love to see yours, or just hear about what visual images, or tastes, or sounds, will bring you back to this time when it’s over.
Wishing readers who are celebraing a holiday a nice, quiet weekend. 🙂