Actually, the word 'remember' is a favourite of mine too.
And it is used often throughout the scriptures. Have you noticed that?
And now, O man, remember, and perish not. (Mosiah 4:30)
It's actually used 352 times in the scriptures, or more than 550 times including all its variants.
President Spencer W. Kimball once said that 'remember' could be the most important word in the dictionary. "Because all of [us] have made covenants ... our greatest need is to remember. That is why everyone goes to sacrament meeting every Sabbath day - to take the sacrament and listen to the priests pray that [we] 'may always remember him and keep his commandments which he has given [us].' ... 'Remember' is the word."
If you remember ... you won’t forget to pray. You won’t forget to serve or love. You will remember to read the scriptures. You will not forget your family and friends. You will remember to obey the prophet. You’ll keep in your heart the knowledge that Jesus Christ sacrificed his life for us, and you will love him as he loves you. You will remember why you came to this earth. And you will remember you are sons and daughters of God. You can return home to him if you remember to keep his commandments and live your lives the way he has asked. (source)What about you? What things are in your rememberance?
Do you see evidence of God in today?
Trying to remember will allowed God to show you what He has done for you.
Find ways to recognize and remember God's kindness.