He is there. You can’t miss it. Autumn. This season that makes it so mercilessly clear to us that summer is over and winter is just around the corner. This season in which the already gray days become shorter and shorter.
Blog & life stories
In our blog there are always new stories and experience reports from people next door.
It took longer than expected, but it’s finally here: After two dozen beta versions, the Meminto Stories app is finally available in the app stores on Google and Apple. Now it’s even easier to fill a Meminto Stories book “on the side”. We show you how it works!
When the border fences and walls opened overnight in November 1989, Hans and Erika had been married for just three years. They had adjusted to life in the GDR for short, and had come to terms with the conditions accordingly.
Grieving together is good for you. That has not changed for thousands of years.
Paper and pen help with the grief work. There are situations that simply overwhelm. Almost everyone has experienced it in some form or another: the situation that suddenly throws you off track.
We often only realize how valuable a person is to us when that person is no longer there.
The other day I read somewhere the saying; “Men have feelings too – hunger, for example, or thirst.”
Timon and Marie have been happily married for over twenty years. And still as much in love as when they said yes to each other as an overjoyed bride and groom.
Is there actually a universally valid definition for the stages of a person’s life? Are they specific periods of time in a person’s life that are always of the same length?
Friday, April 15, 2021
today I wanted to write a blog post about diary.
Sometimes life seems endless, we don’t know what to do with our time and spend it in front of the TV for hours.
Let’s say you and I are guests at a wedding party.
We are sitting in the same room, but we may go home with completely different memories of that wedding.
Sonja is sitting at her desk and flipping through her calendar, lost in thought.
As soon as a new citizen of the earth sees the light of day, family and friends of the family set about showering the new parents with gifts.
These days, some plans are being thwarted by the worldwide Corona pandemic. Vacations, family celebrations, large events, popular festivals, etc. are falling victim in rows to the strict regulations designed to contain the virus.
One thing in advance: The question “When does one become old?” can definitely not be answered objectively. With that, everything is said and we can end this blog post.
Christmas, birthday, Mother’s Day, Easter – on all these occasions gifts are distributed. And again and again you need creative ideas to please your partner or other family members.
Lent is something like the second chance. The second chance for the good resolutions that you made on New Year’s Eve for the new year,
A suitable Easter gift for grandma and grandpa – this is a special challenge every year again.
We have dedicated this blog post to the topic of mental fitness to show what you can do to delay forgetfulness in old age as long as possible and how you can succeed in keeping memories alive.