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Check out the If You Died Guide -- the record your family needs for household, legal, financial, medical

Use the code   lifebio10 to get $10.00  off

The If You Died Guide is the ultimate one life/one record resource. It summarizes in one written document, or electronically on your computer, all of the important matters of your daily life - household, legal, and financial.


Discovery of a Lifetime

Watch this incredible story from about a woman who discovered her father's letters and realized what he and his family had endured during World War II. She was touched by both the war in Europe and Asia. This is an amazing story. Let this inspire you to pursue your own  family history and the stories behind the people you love--while you have the chance.


Lifebio is for Everyone

Whether you're thinking about telling and sharing your own life story, or you've always wanted to write a book, LifeBio can help you take that first step. Lifebio moves you step-by-step through the autobiography process, making it simple and fun to write down you're life story.


2013 Best Gift Ideas for Seniors (Great Gifts for Financial Advisors and Estate Attorneys to Give to Clients)

Here are three great gift ideas for seniors:

1) A Membership allows seniors or their family members to have a step-by-step process to record life stories.  You can even use it with people who are experiencing memory loss -- to capture what matters most before it is too late.


Visit us at the AARP Life @ 50 Conference in Atlanta

There will be 3 opportunities to connect with LifeBio at the AARP Conference this coming week.

1) LifeBio will have a VERY engaging exhibit showing the new LifeBio Studio app. Come by and start video recording your biography. It's easier than ever to use video with the webcam in the iPad....and LifeBio's process and questions guiding you every step of the way!


Become a Sponsor or Advertiser on

LifeBio is now accepting advertising and sponsorships from businesses that appeal to the 50+ market.  Because LifeBio works with over 100 senior care and health care providers, there will be exclusive advertising available to both national and local companies who are focused in on seniors and their family or professional caregivers.   Please contact us at 937-303-4574 or 937-303-4576 for more information on sponsorship/advertising pricing or email


Choosing the Right Memory Book for You

You may be interested in a memory book for your mother, father, grandmother, or grandfather. It may be a little daunting to know what to look for in a memory book. Sometimes having some structure makes it easier to interview a parent or grandparent. Here are some things to watch for when choosing a memory book or memory journal:


10 Activities To Do With Your Grandchildren

In this day and age, kids are so caught up in technology that you may feel like you're losing your grand kids. This doesn't have to happen, and it doesn’t mean you have to stop spending quality time with your grandchildren. There are plenty of fun activities that you and your grandchildren will enjoy! The following activities from Leah Ingram’s Suddenly Frugal: How to Live Happier and Healthier for Less, can help you reconnect and develop a better relationship with your grandchildren:


What If Everyone Had an Autobiography?

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 brilliant to have your own 50-page or 100-page book of stories, memories, life lessons, and values? Imagine the impact that your life story could have on the life of your family or friends. Imagine that loved ones aren't just left with a short obituary and a tombstone


The Gift of an Autobiography

It may be an uncommon gift, but why not give your children and grandchildren your autobiography? Only about 6% of Americans leave a legacy behind them. Too few, too little, too late. Think about all the knowledge and stories that are lost!