It’s always nice to reminiscent about things that happened in the past, particularly the good ones. But in order to remember them, you should write them down – it’s a much better thing to do than to just remember it. However, today, in the 21st century, most of our life is happening virtually on social networks. Yes, that is kind of sad, but let’s make the best of it.
Everyday.Me is just the service you need. It automatically connects to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for a more complete picture of your life after which it will keep track of all your activities – the founders like to describe the app as the Evernote for your life.
Record Your Life
Everyday.Me is a service consisting of two elements: a mobile and a web-based notebook which you’ll use to record your life events. Visually, the interface reminds much of Facebook’s Timeline – with more items on it. However, it’s not public like the Timeline is – au contraire (you just read that in Del Boy’s voice, didn’t you? :)) – Everyday.Me is as private as private gets.
You can access your Everyday.Me journal from anywhere – on mobile, web or even via email. As far as the content goes, you can take photos, videos, capture emotions, tag them, search through them and a lot more. Don’t forget to connect your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feed; soon you’ll be able to connect your Foursquare profile as well, along with Tumblr, Nike+ and Fitbit).
Store It Forever
Everyday.Me has a couple of more great features – one of them is a reminder of where were you a year ago. If you activate it, you’ll an email (daily) which will contain a message about where you were and what you did on the same day – a year ago. It will bring your memories back and it’s actually a nice way to start the day.
Another great option is Quarterly and Annual Report – it’s a deluxe, fancy, printed edition of your timeline. It’s filled with infographics, statistics and highlights from your life, so you can start collection books about yourself – who knows, maybe your kids or grandchildren will find them interesting?
However, Everyday.Me is a service worth trying out. It’s great that you don’t have to change your habbits – just keep on (cross)posting on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram, Everyday.Me will pick it up, form a nice timeline of it and safely and privately back it up. Start using it, the future you will be thankful to the present you.