Hey there, I'm Catherine.
I'm the modern memory-keeper behind All The Best.
I help busy families transform their memories into modern projects they’ll enjoy for years to come.
It's easier than ever to capture the world around us, so we're taking thousands of photos every year.
And social media makes it a breeze for us to not only share our memories with hundreds of our “friends,” but also to witness all of their memories with a swipe and a scroll.
Those quick dopamine hits make us feel good for a minute, but I don’t think scrolling other people’s memories while neglecting our own will make us content in the long run.
Our real lives deserve more attention.
Memory keeping is good for us (and it’s not about scrapbooking).
Beyond experiencing wonderful moments with our favorite people, the process of reflecting on those moments and then documenting them makes us
less prone to comparison
more grateful for our lives and the people in them
and a lot more clear on what matters to us
Those photos of a beach weekend or a trip to Disney or the first day of school remind us what’s important, and revisiting those memories in a photo book or video encourages us to spend more time on what matters.
But where do we even start?
It’s the number one question I get, and the overwhelm is real. Very few of us have the time (or desire) to deal with this stuff, so it just accumulates.
Over time, all of that “sentimental clutter” - the photos, kids’ artwork, videos - adds up and causes stress and guilt and overwhelm (three things we moms don’t need any more of, tbh!).
Good news: If you haven’t done anything with your memories you’re definitely not alone, and you’re in the right place.
My simple method walks you through how to design beautiful, modern projects using your memories.
So whether you need to tackle baby’s first year, a decade of family memories, an epic trip, or all of the above, I’m confident we can get it done.
My goal is to help you take care of yesterday so you can relax today and enjoy those memories tomorrow.