The Scrapbook of My Life by Alfie DeyesFrom his early days as a budding amateur vlogger, through to everyones favorite YouTube superstar, Alfie Deyes story is the stuff of dreams. With millions of followers across the world, his unique brand of nothingness has come to define a generation, while his YouTube channel continues to gain new followers on a daily basis.
Now, for the very first time, Alfie talks about how it all began...From growing up on the sunny south coast of England, having fun with friends and thinking up pranks, dares, and silly activities throughout the long summer holidays in Brighton, through to recording his first ever vlog at the age of 15, The Scrapbook of My Life is the story of how a young, ambitious kid with a big character took the world by storm.
But The Scrapbook of My Life isnt a typical autobiography. Join Alfie as he recalls his first childhood memories, his first day at school, his first ever job, and how he has moved from his hometown to the wide-eyed metropolis of London--and fill in your own pages alongside your favorite YouTube star! With alternate pages for readers to complete, including pages for sticking photographs, completing stats and facts, and collecting souvenirs, The Scrapbook of My Life is the ultimate journal for PointlessBlog fans, old and new!
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Today we start a fantastic new series which will guide you through how to scrapbook your own life story. If you have tried creating a Book of Me then you will know that it is one of the hardest albums you can make. Kylie Moore from KylieM Designs will be guiding you through your own scrapbooking journey in this brilliant series of articles, and she has a free QuickPage to help you get started. See below for the link. In fact I signed up to an online course and did one myself a couple of years back. It was fantastic to scrap focusing on me, as normally, like many scrappers, the focus is on my children.
Scrapbooking a story means telling about a particular event which may take place in few minutes or over a longer period of time. Aristotle said it first, and storytellers have been paying attention ever since A story needs a beginning, a middle, and an end. The best beginnings start with something that is:. I often find the best way to start is to just write the whole piece and then go back and lop off the first few paragraphs which ended up being warm-up practice. This is where you wrap everything up and, most importantly, this wrapping up should be connected to how your story started. Then life got busy.
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Our life experiences shape us as individuals and this helps others to understand who we are as a person. People with dementia sometimes need help to communicate important aspects of their identity — like background, interests, who and what is important to them — due to problems with memory loss and communication. It is used to help the person understand their past experiences and how they have coped with events in their life. It can help people with dementia share their stories and enhance their sense of identity. This is especially useful when they are having difficulty in sharing this information themselves. This can inform their care and ensure that it is provided in a positive and person-centred way.
Wow - this post was a long time ago! But I wanted to let you know that I was very inspired by you to create a scrapbook of my life, actually two, one for each of my two grown children and their families. They are more traditional in format, going chronologically through my life, but I used many of your ideas. You inspired me to seek out all of the old memorabilia, look for themes, and concentrate on important interests and activities. It took me several years, doing a little at a time.