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LIFE:CAPTURED began in August 2013 when we held our first full-day workshop at RAW Space in Sydney, Australia. Our mission is to help people document their stories and create tangible keepsakes to be treasured for generations to come. We offer intensive design, photography, and memory keeping workshops, as well as interactive online classes. We are advocates of honest photography, minimalist design, and memory keeping that's simple, beautiful, and tangible. We are the pioneers of the story book, and we offer flexible templates that enable everybody to tell their story. We believe that life is worth remembering and that it is never too early or too late to start documenting yours. LIFE:CAPTURED was founded by Rhonda Mason (of the Pink Ronnie blog) and Trish Chong (of Tealily Photography).

Life:Captured Project

THE LIFE:CAPTURED PROJECT

Write your heart out - LIFE:CAPTURED Inc (The modern school of memory keeping)

Here at LIFE:CAPTURED, we are big believers in preserving our stories with both images and words. From big stories to little stories, from stories of heartache to stories that recount the most ordinary of moments, we believe in preserving them all. We know, however, that finding the time to write is hard enough. What's often even harder is knowing what to write when you do actually sit down to do it. 

Which brings us to the #lifecapturedproject. A year of journaling prompts. 

Download the prompts, print them out, and stick them up on your wall or keep them in your journal. Use them to help you write your stories down. To capture and preserve what's true and important to you. 

The journaling prompts can also double as photography prompts because while we all know that images can bring forth words, we also believe the opposite to be true: Words can inspire images. To be able to turn your emotions and your memories into imagery—that is surely art in one of its purest, most powerful forms.

And for those of you who are interested, you can read Ronnie's series on the art of journaling here and her personal journaling here.

If you are interested in new prompts, please visit SOULT Journals.


The #lifecapturedproject:
January journaling prompts

How did everyone go with journaling in December? I was so encouraged to read everyone's response on the forum, and Trish and I have loved going through the #lifecapturedproject hashtag on Instagram to see all your posts - a big thank you to everyone for sharing. We plan to go through all the entries shortly and select our favourites to feature here on the blog. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
February journaling prompts

I'm really curious to know how you're all going with your writing and journaling. Are you finding these prompts helpful? Something that I've come to realise these last weeks is that if I'm too tired (which is often the case), my writing almost becomes lifeless. I guess that makes sense. If I'm too exhausted to feel, then I can hardly expect my words to pour forth. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
March journaling prompts

I really appreciated your feedback a few weeks ago, and it's been greatly encouraging seeing all the new people who've been taking part in our #lifecapturedproject this month. Thanks to everybody for helping us to spread the word! Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
April journaling prompts

It's hard to believe it's been another month already. Time seems to be flying by. I keep thinking it's only the beginning of the year but we're already at the end of term 1 of school. Crazy. This month, I've been deeply encouraged to see all the new people taking part in our #lifecapturedproject. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
May journaling prompts

I have an idea, you guys, and I wonder what you think of it. Along with sharing our journaling prompts every month, I'd like to start featuring people who have been taking part in our #lifecapturedproject. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
June journaling prompts

You guys, it's pretty special to see that there are 825 Instagram posts tagged with #lifecapturedproject. I know I keep saying it, but thank you so much for being a part of our community. I apologise for these journaling prompts being a day late, but personal circumstances have been rather trying in the last week or so. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
July journaling prompts

In addition to our journaling prompts for July, we have something very special to share with you all today: a mini interview with Gertrudes, otherwise known as pepperandtwine on Instagram. Gertrudes has been one of our biggest supporters since the day we first launched the #lifecapturedproject. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
August journaling prompts

So happy to be able to post the prompts on time this month! Now that we are past the half-year mark, I would love to know how everybody is going? Do you intend to keep writing till the end of this year? Would you like to keep journaling next year? Some feedback would be wonderful, as it would help us to start making plans for 2016. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject: September journaling prompts

This month, I finally returned to writing for myself, and it has truly sparked something inside of me. There is something utterly magical about putting our memories to paper. As I write, I remember. I relive past moments. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
October journaling prompts

These last few weeks have been intensely emotional for our family. I have words brewing inside of me, and I'm craving the time and space to write them. I wonder how all of you guys are going? Anyway, today's mini interview is with Bethany, who's another one of our 2015 Community Ambassadors. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
November journaling prompts

I find it incredible that it has now been a year since we first launched the #lifecapturedproject. Twelve months of journaling prompts! Twelve months of writing our hearts out together! To be completely honest with you all, the last two months of nausea and fatigue haven't really left me much energy for journaling. Continue reading

The #lifecapturedproject:
December journaling prompts

It's amazing to think that we've finally come full circle. It all began with December journaling prompts a year ago, and now here we are again.Instead of sharing an interview this month, I had the idea to mark this special occasion by asking all of you to share instead. Continue reading