Anchors of memory
We experience so many things in our day to day.
While in the present, experiences may seem average, or 'normal'.
The 'you' in 5 years time, may not remember all the details like you'd want to.
There seems to be an outcry against taking photos of your life, with the reasoning being "You're not living in the moment."
Damon Brown, borrows the term "anchors of memory" from Paul Philleo. He writes:
I think documenting your life is great. The photos that you take do not replace reality. Instead they add to your memory in future. The photo of you and your friends eating, isn't replacing the memory. Instead it reminds your mind of the meal you shared.
'Till next time