Anne says at RevGals:
I’m fortunate to be on the emailing list of a friend and business coach. Her enthusiasm for helping people strive toward achieving dreams and living authentically inspires me regularly, and even if I don’t always take advantage of the opportunities she shares, the resources she tells us about are always close at hand.
This week she told us about an app called “timehop.” It looks back at where we’ve been as a touchstone to seeing where we are now. It’s also a helpful reminder of what other people were experiencing in their lives, and can serve to encourage us to reach out and touch.
For today’s Friday Five, share with us where you were and what you were up to 1, 3, 5, 10, and 20 years ago! What were your dreams—did you follow them? Who was journeying with you? Feel free to keep it light (I was on vacation at the beach with my bestie!) or reflect more deeply (a call was brewing…). Have any pictures from those moments to share? We’d love to see them!
As always, I encourage you to visit your sister RevGals to learn more about each other and show some love.
Well, let's see what the blog says:
A year ago (May 2013), I posted on my blog about my family's activities. Check it out here.
Three Years ago...(May 2011) My husband had recently been diagnosed with throat cancer. He went to NYC with me while I did a workshop. We had a great time...it was his first time to be there. He entered treatment in June. He is doing well now, though there are lasting effects from the treatment.
Five years ago: In May of 2010, I went to my Aunt Betty's 90th birthday party. She is the person that everyone in the family has always said, "I want to be like Aunt Betty." She died in 2012. I miss her.
Ten Years ago: I started this blog in December 2004. Here's a post about that.
Twenty Years Ago: In May of 1994, I graduated with my MA in English from Texas A&M University, and continued to work in the Study Abroad office there for two more years. How could I imagine, then, where and who I would be today? Fascinating.