When it comes to managing digital photos, technology can be a blessing and a curse. The good news is, it's up to you to decide which it will
Why there's hope for your marriage Our journey from heaven to hell and back proves there's hope for improving marriage. Seriously. I never
Be intentional... no regrets Intentional family life and deliberate parenting are buzzwords that only have meaning if we take action. For our
It's a new year and a time for fresh starts. Many of us set goals around strengthening families and improving relationships with those we love.
One photo: Two lessons: 1. Every picture has a story. 2. It's never too late to caption. This photo hung on my grandparents' heritage
Clients and friends frequently ask me how to handle sensitive information when capturing their legacy tale. There isn’t one perfect solution
With a new school year starting, this is the perfect time to plan to be organized! Follow these steps to enjoy and preserve your children's masterpieces
How to interview is part 1 in a series of posts to help you capture a loved one's personal history. Decide Together First, do you know where
Part 1 in a series of posts to help you finalize your personal history for printing You have accomplished an amazing work—a legacy—in writing
I took my own advice. When I teach classes and meet with clients to write their personal history, I encourage them to use times of change in
Part one covered the more common file formats for managing digital photos. You can read it here. Talking about file formats was a little tech-heavy,
Who is your hero? Pondering and answering this question for yourself is a meaningful exercise, and asking loved ones the same question can provide
When teaching classes and talking with clients, I always tell them there are two methods of making time to journal or write your personal history: 1.
Interview Grandparents FREE PRINTABLE for kids to interview grandparents! We're making it easy with a printable for children (or grownups!)
Not too long ago, Hilarie was working with a client and going through printed photos to include in her heirloom family history book. One old