Unique Time Capsule Ideas That the Future You Will Appreciate – FamilySearch December 31, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch last night – Unique Time Capsule Ideas That the Future You Will Appreciate: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/unique-time-capsule-ideas/. Longer article, but here’s a brief synopsis.

December 31, 2020 by Jessica Grimaud

A time capsule is a container full of memorabilia from a certain time that is meant to be opened later. Creating a time capsule is not only a creative and thoughtful way to pass the time, but future recipients of the time capsule—including the future you—will be grateful for the glimpse into a different time. Scotland, famously known for its kilts and bagpipes, boasts a rich history, picturesque landscapes, and cultural depth. Start planning your trip with the following 20 things to do when you visit Scotland.

Although you can make a time capsule from any old shoebox and current newspaper clippings, why not bring your time capsule to the 21st century with these fun, creative time capsule ideas? The following time capsule ideas are not only fun and hassle free, but they can be accessed quickly and preserved forever digitally (as well as printed and preserved in your home if you prefer).Scottish Cultural Experiences

Create a Playlist of Songs

A song can take us right back to the family road trip where we first heard it, or it can remind us of the best friend who loved belting out the lyrics. According to experts, music can cue memories, making it a perfect time capsule for our experiences.


Save Your Favorite Online Messages


Take Photos of Your House and Hometown


Capture the Latest Fashions


Write about Your Favorite Memories


Discover Your Already-Made Time Capsule



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