If you use a computer, you can easily create a compelling set of visual reminders. Or, if you are a caregiver, you can create this for another person.
My question to Google was to find the UNC basketball schedule for the rest of season.
Out popped this snappy graphic …
So I clipped it.
Then I sent the clipped image to my notes file, Evernote database, and my photograph database.
And then the Evernote, notes, and photograph databases on my Mac (which was using so I did the clip on it) synced with my iPad and iPhone automatically via the Cloud. Had I wanted to, I could have also had the information automatically sync to the devices of caregivers, friends, and social media friends.
So then I got so excited I also wanted to have a copy of the UNC baseball schedule for the first weeks of the season. So I clipped that and let the Cloud sync everything.
You have many more tools than your parents and grandparents did that will permit you to maintain a very good of quality of life even though you have neurodegenerative disease or are simply going through a typical process of aging.
Oh yeah, if you want to store dumb cat pictures you can do that. If you do, please don’t share them with me.