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How to write an autobiography: 3 tips to getting started

Every life deserves a book. So how should we go about creating an autobiography and avoiding the dreaded blank sheet of paper?

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Getting to Really Know Mom

This Sunday, millions of families will gather to celebrate the love and devotion of mothers. Whether you plan to go to brunch, cook a special dinner, attend a church service, or just stop by for a visit, use this opportunity to engage your mother in meaningful conversation and truly get to know her for who she is.

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New video on writing your autobiography

New video on the importance of writing your autobiography. How to write an autobiography is made easy.

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LifeBio Story of the Month - Mary Coombs

Grandmother and granddaughter connect long distance to discover each other with the help of LifeBio. Read more about Mary and her granddaughter, J.D.

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LifeBio: Benefits for Retirement Communities, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing

LifeBio works with dozens of communities and chains of retirement communities to help in the following ways....

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Whose story do you want to capture?

Maybe you're thinking about telling and sharing your own life story. You've always wanted to write a book and LifeBio can help you take that first step by moving you step-by-step through the autobiography process.

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What You Might Learn from Your Parents and Grandparents

Back in 1993, I interviewed my grandma. I had the advantage of actually having a degree in English and journalism so I felt compelled to use what I learned to capture the life story of this very special lady. I grew up with her living across the street--so I really thought I already knew her well so the interview was just a good way to get it all recorded.

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5 Reasons Life Stories are Lost + 10 Sample LifeBio Questions

1. You may not think anyone wants to know your life story. You might think, “Who wants to hear about me?” Family and friends really do want this type of information recorded, but they may not have the time to help you do it. To your family and close friends, YOU are who they care about—more so than movie stars, sports heroes, or politicians. They would like to read your book. Too few people actually decide to move forward with their autobiographies. Only an estimated 6% of Americans capture their life stories. So many life stories are lost.

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Find meaning in memories: Learn how to capture your own life story

I was recently in Tallahassee, Florida for a special event at Westcott Lakes. Great fun! Here is the link to the article...

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