[Video] Document Your Life – January 2014

January 2014

So far, my reading goals are off to a great start. I’ve read my first Harry Potter book and I’ve completed a month end video capturing the events that occurred in January. This was a wonderful month filled with a visit to The Social to see the reveal of Elaine Lui’s upcoming memoir, Listen to the Squawking Chicken, ice fishing and a book launch to celebrate Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer’s All the Broken Things (amazing turn out by the way). Oh and of course, I read seven books, so that kept me nice and busy. Watch the video below and be sure to let me know if you’re enjoying this type of media. I’m having a lot of fun doing it, so I really hope you do!


*The concept of the Document Your Life videos was created by Lauren Hannah. Her story, videos and a description of the project can be found here.

** The music in this video is Clementine by Sarah Jaffe http://sarahjaffe.com

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7 comments

  1. That’s neat! I hadn’t noted the project before, but the way it’s organized is certainly appealing. And I loved your video, though perhaps also because it has one of my favourite books in it and some of my favourite places (street corners! TPL!) in it too. Congrats on a project well-done!

  2. Love it! It must be so cool to be able to put together this video and remind yourself of all the awesomeness that happened over the past month. I love watching it! It also reminds me that I’m behind on my goals…I still haven’t learned how to make a video on my new laptop (Windows 8 continues to confound me lol) and I really want to start vlogging. I got a ton of books last week so I feel like it’s a good time to finally poke around and find out how to do it! Glad you had a fab January. Have a great weekend and an awesome February! :) And enjoy Chamber of Secrets!!

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