Brain fitness is a key focus for senior living communities, but providing cognitive challenges is much more than crossword puzzles and trivia. It doesn't have to just be using a computer program. Today, brain fitness programs should incorporate autobiography programming for these 4 reasons.READ MORE
When school children connect to tell and share their life stories, they experience the best form of social and emotional education. They are learning....READ MORE
LifeBio was recently named the 2009 Union County Small Business of the Year! LifeBio has had a profound impact on Union County, as well as communities throughout the country and internationally. To date, LifeBio has helped nearly 20,000 people rediscover and share their life stories.READ MORE
Happy St. Patrick's Day from LifeBio! Whether you are of Irish decent or not, you may have family traditions surrounding the holiday that date back generations. If not, why not start one today? Some of the most treasured memories are those surrounding holiday celebrations with loved ones. Cook a traditional Irish meal for your family or visit your local Irish pub with a few close friends. It's traditions like these that make us unique and special.READ MORE
Mark Willaman did a great job summarizing a panel I was on today at the ASA Conference.
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1. Choose creating a legacy as a life goal. Set a deadline for when you’d like the first edition of your story finished (you can always add the next chapter of your life's journey later). A deadline, like an upcoming holiday, can be a strong motivator to keep you going through the process.READ MORE
LifeBio, the nation’s leading autobiography and legacy company is celebrating its tenth anniversary!
Since opening on March 6, 2000, LifeBio has helped nearly 20,000 people tell their life stories. LifeBio enables people of all ages to have a private place to share life stories, upload pictures and create customized memory books using LifeBio.com, the Memory Journal and various autobiographical tools and services.
1. Don't delay and don't talk yourself out of it. It's time to capture your loved one's story in print, on video, via audio, or writing via the web. Your loved one's life story is far more interesting than you can ever imagine. The oral history interview is key for genealogy research.READ MORE