I'm here with a book recommendation--not one that you read, but rather one you write in. It's called "One Line a Day: A Five Year Memory Book." This little gem has become a meaningful part of my day. With that world turned upside down, imagine being able to track all the news stories, personal crisis, and huge celebrations. Looking back on this time is sure to be fascinating.
As a nonfiction book ghostwriter, I help people write memoir, personal growth, activism, and business books. We often rely on the author's stories and memories to make their book shine. If you want to write a book someday, or if you know someone who really needs to write a book, pick up a copy now!
One of my favorite ghostwriting projects was a memoir for a 92 year old woman. We had written an entire chapter about marriages--she had four of them! A month after we completed the chapter, she said, "Erin, you're never gonna believe this, but I forgot one of my marriages. I actually had five of them!" Ha ha! Throughout the book project, she just kept saying, "I wish I would have kept journals. I wish I had documentation of dates, people, names, and places.
So please, get this book into your life. I promise you won't regret it. Sure, we can post on social media, but the act of writing down one or two sentences a day of what mattered is sure to be satisfying.