Monday 31 December 2018

A video of 2018

Hi guys!
I'm just popping in for a sec to share my A-second-everyday video with you. Yes, I did it: I filmed one second every single day of 2018, and then I spent what felt three times as long today trying to find a good song for it. Turns out, there aren't many songs that are over 6 minutes long, and I couldn't figure out how to add more than one, and in the end I gave up. For now there is some very calm background music, and I might change it another day, but not today. 

Anyway, here it is!
Have a very happy and safe New Year!
Love, Miriam



  1. Life is so rich! Happy New Year to you, Richard and all your animal children. I think these little videos are my favourite part of your blog. xox Elaine

    1. I'm happy you like them! I love making them and re-living all the little moments when I watch them. Life is truly beautiful.
      Have a very happy new year Elaine!

  2. Happy New Year!
    What a great view into your day-to-day life! I was so inspired by this that I just bought the a second everyday app. I can't wait to review my compilation next year.
    I love your blog and your book. I really enjoy your honesty and vulnerability. I often ask myself what would my (internet) friend Miriam do? You help me identify what I really want- when all the BS is tossed to the side. Thank you!

    1. What a wonderful way to start the new year, reading your humbling and kind words! Thank you so very much for that Elizabeth. I'm so happy that sharing my experiences helps you! Best compliment ever.

      You will love using the app, it's so fun and rewarding! I always do a recap at the end of the month, and it's amazing how much can happen in a month sometimes - or how little haha! Preserving just one second of a day does wonders to help us remember. Have fun with it, and have a beautiful 2019!

  3. Thank you! Happy New Year Elizabeth!


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