Ive been doing this long enough and so many palaces…
But yes I was afraid of this at first but after a bit over 2 years and countless palaces I have never needed to glance at my list and palace of palaces. So I naturally stopped populating that list and I still have never lost track of any of them.
Ive been creating and using palaces for over 6 years now and still never had a problem getting back to them.
Looking to review my spanish, I instantly know where to go: anatomy, history, geography, recipes, numbers, coding, craft, many other languages, chinese caracters… Same thing.
Keep in mind I only create palaces for things I want to remember long term, ir practical things I need to learn to use out of the palace. So I do need to revisit when needed and it has always been enough to keep them fresh. I developed good reviewing habits for this to be possible.
All that info, I need to share it, use it, teach it, speak it, and their content is constantly updated, replaced, and used till the palace is no longer needed for that info, that breathing palace is now breathing life more than ever but is put to sleep till I have a need for it, and I always do because when I am in need the most familiar appears
My oldest palaces boy I am sooo attached to them. My first was for maltese words, one was Good Afternoon and my images were of a russian goose s p in ning and a tub! Il waranof sinare taieb (sounds like goose in French is Oie (wa)
My memory took a big hit these last couple years and i have noticed that I remember places of my childhood thanks to the many palaces Ive build with these at first. Around many of these, childhood homes, primary school, friends homes, are now big black holes. These palaces gave me much more than a way to remember what I put in them. They are myroots.