The Gift of Memories. It's Priceless.
For the person who's hard to buy for, for the person who has everything, there is always a priceless gift ready to be given. The gift of memories, life stories, traditions, and beliefs is truly priceless. It's a gift that many of us fail to give. It's a gift that many of us long to receive. Whether it's online at (www.LifeBio.com) or through the Memory Journal memory book (www.memoryjournal.com), or both packaged as a gift, you'll have the perfect gift that will encourage new conversation and connection in your family or among good friends.READ MORE
Saving Your Family's Stories: Why It's Important to Keep Your Family's History Alive
"Why should I tell my life story?" It's a good question, one I hear frequently. I can easily rattle off several reasons:
Sharing stories encourages a closer, more meaningful relationship with your children and grandchildren.READ MORE
The future of the past
This is a unique time in history. Every man and woman has a voice. Their thoughts and opinions can be expressed for the world to read like never before. Everyone can easily have at least 15 minutes of fame. Now here's a revolutionary thought. What if everyone had an autobiography? What if you didn't have to be rich, famous, or unnaturally brillant to have your own 50-page or 100-page book of stories, memories, life lessons, and values?READ MORE
Your Personal Trainer for Personal History
Today I was thinking about the ways that LifeBio helps our clients say what matters most to the people they love. I thought about how our questions and online template motivates people to actually create an autobiographyREAD MORE
The Great Story & Your Story: Connecting the Bible to Everyday Lives
If your small group or church is seeking an intergenerational Bible study or Bible study for older adult ministry, look no further than The Great Story and Your Story: Connecting the Bible to Everyday Lives. The authors, Dr. Richard Morgan and Beth Sanders, relate scripture to their own personal life stories and then invite the participants to do the same. This new 12-week study covers the following topics:READ MORE
MemoryBio unlocks the life stories of those with memory loss
MemoryBio, a picture-based reminiscence and journaling program for people who have Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia and mild cognitive impairment, will be officially released by www.LifeBio.com at the American Society on Aging Conference in Las Vegas, Nev., in March 15-19.READ MORE
Great Holiday Gifts for Seniors
The gift of memories
Even if a senior has never been interested in writing, the LifeBio Memory Journal is a clever way to jog memories and pass along stories and wisdom to younger family members. After each question is sufficient space to capture handwritten answers.
5 tips for writing your life story
Writing an autobiography really doesn't have to be rocket science. Here are 5 great tips to help you get started.READ MORE
M is for the Memories She Gave Me….
Mother’s Day reminds me of the memories my mom gave me.
It was a cold and snowy winter in 1978 in Erie, Pennsylvania and mom and I were working on my decorations for my first big birthday party. We made a paper mache snowman and set him on a tinfoil ice rink surrounded by cottonball snow. It was beautiful. Then mom made her delicious homemade bread dough which became pizza dough for my 9th birthday. I was particularly proud to have eaten 9 pieces of pizza on my 9th birthday!
Three Little Words in Life Stories
Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches and lots of LOVE belongs in our life stories too. Love stories and how people met are a BIG part of people’s life stories. Mary met her husband on the street in Chicago during World War II. Audrey and her husband were high school sweethearts. Bill met his wife at church and Ray met his wife at work.READ MORE