Bookmarks And Turning Pages
There will be times in your professional career and personal relationships where it is time to turn the page. Time to grow and move on to another phase in your personal development.
Yes, it might be time to turn the page — but you don’t burn the page or tear it out of the book entirely.
When you turn the page, you can revisit it in the future if you choose to do so. If you want to make it even easier to find your favorite pages from the past, you can leave a bookmark.
Bookmark the favorite pages from your past
A bookmark is a way to easily reconnect with a chapter from your past.
A bookmark may be exchanging email addresses or mobile numbers with a co-worker you want to stay in touch with when you turn the page on your current job.
Another bookmark may be to schedule a weekly or monthly video call on Zoom or Google Meet.
Bookmarks might be public events where old friends travel to gather together and catch-up (like an arts festival or comic convention or a concert by a favorite performer.
Something as simple as sending cards and letters on birthdays and major holidays is a way of inserting bookmarks in the pages of your life.
Turn The Page, But Leave A Bookmark
There will inevitably come a time when you need to progress with the story of your life and you choose to turn the page in order to live your next chapter, but don’t forget about what came before. Keep some of your great memories and important people with you always by remembering to leave a bookmark so you can find your way back when you need to recall past lessons or reconnect with the characters who made your story worth reading.