Like so many, the end of the year is a time for reflection of the previous year, and a look ahead. I tend to look at my major accomplishments in 2012: Finally cleaning out the little girl toys that my 15-year-old daughter will never play with again, taking all the accumulated cleaners, used motor oil, paint, and other items deemed as hazardous waste were finally taken to the local recycling service.But the One-Second project looks at life in a more simplistic way?one second at a time. Watch each of the 1 second each day videos. http://www.fastcompany.com/3003772/how-recording-one-second-every-day-could-change-your-life?partner=newsletter. Wow. Each day is a memorable one.
What an inspiration to not just look ahead as major accomplishments like that grants to be written, employee hassles to be solved or counting the days until the next vacation — but in celebrating the minutiae of daily life.
Watch these short films and get inspired.
What would your 2012 film look like, and what are you going to make happen in your 2013 one-second video project? My 2013 one-second video will definitely have less clutter.