All I want for Christmas is your life story recorded. I always want to be able to read your story and remember it well. I know this is a priceless gift and it's something that only YOU can give me. Now when I say your life story, I mean that I want you to share....READ MORE
Web Retailers Announce Unique Gift Giving Ideas For the Holidays
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) November 26, 2007 -- Christmas gift giving got you down? Looking for the perfect gift for grandma, dad, the boss or other hard to buy people on your list? In preparation of the busiest shopping season of the year, Internet retailers are offering unique gifts for all tastes.
As Thanksgiving fast approaches, we're reminded of family stories and laughter shared around the dinner table.
It's a good time for us all to reflect on Thanksgiving Days from years past, the people who shaped our lives, and the gifts of home and family. Although life isn't always perfect, we certainly have a lot to be thankful for.READ MORE
Can you answer a straightforward question? That's all you need to be able to do to complete the LifeBio process.
If you think you need to write like your high school English teacher or Shakespeare, that's just not true. You need to write like YOU.READ MORE
Do your children and grandchildren keep asking you to write down your life stories? Even if they aren’t asking right now, don’t you think it’s only natural for them to want to know more about you someday? So how will you tell them more and why should you really do it?READ MORE
LifeBio.com and Eden at Home's Embracing Elderhood, an Eden Alternative initiative, have formed a collaborative relationship that brings the gift of legacy to long-term care communities nationwide. By their definition, a legacy is part life story and part gift to the world -- anything an Elder desires to share with younger generations.READ MORE
Senior Living Communities Adopting New Program and Online Tool to Help Residents Create Autobiographies
Residents in senior living and active aging communities around the country are taking advantage of the opportunity to create their autobiographies (http://www.lifebio.com/communities.asp) as part of a new legacy-building initiative between communities, caregivers and the website LifeBio.com.READ MORE
When I was a kid, all we had to do was walk across the street to go visit grandma and grandpa. In fact, grandpa had a barber shop on our street where I got my haircut. Grandma enjoyed gardening and cooking so I could usually find her in the backyard weeding the flower beds or in the kitchen baking a cake. Today, things aren't always so simple.READ MORE