YOU Are Special!
Each one of us is a wonderful, unique individual. The way in which the people, places, and events of our lives have influenced us has made us who we are today. How we interpret these events creates our world view. Even so, there are many experiences that are universal, and remarkable historical events that we have all shared. You are special - and people want to know your story!READ MORE
When I read to my son and the dog listened too, that is a sweet memory. When my daughter practiced the same little tune on the piano over and over again, that is a sweet memory. When my husband and I sat as close as we could at dinner so our knees were touching, that is a sweet memory.READ MORE
The oral tradition of telling family stories was crushed in the 20th Century by the rise of all other forms of entertainment. Storytelling was much more common when we didn't have the movies, reality TV and the radio. So instead of seeking a conversation with our family members, we've got plenty of things to distract us.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.
February is quickly approaching, which means Valentine's Day will soon be here. In addition to the roses that will wilt within a few days, and the chocolate that be eaten, give your loved one a gift that will stand the test of time--just like your love. What better way to express your love than with a sentimental gift that will let you and your honey walk down memory lane... remembering how you met, your first kiss, the proposal, your wedding, vacations, your first child and so on. LifeBio provides an easy way to capture your love story with the Memory Journal, the MemoryBio Photo Album and much more!READ MORE
Resolve to begin writing an autobiography. It's funny but so many people think they have nothing to say. I met a gentleman just the other day and told him about the work we do at LifeBio and how we've helped thousands of people with our autobiography template. He laughed and said, "I've got nothing to say."READ MORE
We hope you enjoy the new conversations and connections that happen as a result of using LifeBio.com’s Family & Friends Conversation Kit. LifeBio makes it easy to capture life stories. Enjoy reminiscing with family and making new friends too.READ MORE
What better gift can your loved one give you than the gift of his or her life stories? You can give them the gift and answer the questions, "How do I write an autobiography?" Frankly, many people have wanted to do it, but they aren't sure where to start.READ MORE
You are amazing. Simply amazing. There is no one else like you. You can describe people, times, and places that no one else could ever share. You are completely unique and you should write a book. If you've always wanted to capture the essence of your life (or even if you've never thought about it until right now), it's a good idea to write an autobiography.READ MORE
Dear Annie: I'm so glad you brought up the end-of-life plan dilemma faced by "Aunt Thelma, Uncle John and Marie." I am a doctor, and my patients have universally embraced my own end-of-life plan as follows:READ MORE
1. Don't delay and don't talk yourself out of it. It's time to capture your grandparents' life stories in print, on video, via audio, or writing via the web. Grandparents' life stories are far more interesting than you can ever imagine. Really and truly, your own parents can tell you things that no one else can share. Avoid regrets and a feeling of loss by making sure you've captured their life stories before it's too late.READ MORE
How to write an autobiography? How do I write my life story? Well, it's not as tough as you might think. You can certainly do it yourself. You just need to know what to ask. Here are five sample questions to prime the pump of your memories. You can start TODAY.READ MORE