Treasure Chest of Memories

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Laura Hedgecock Share Your Treasures—Your Memories and Stories

Looking to write and share your family stories? Your own Treasure Chest of Memories–a collection of stories that warm you and your loved ones, cementing relationships and sparking conversations.

Stop in and explore. This website is full of ideas, tips, and resources to help you preserve and share your memories and family stories.

 

Don’t Wait. Put the episodes of the past to paper.Memories Of Me By Laura Hedgecock

We all have stories to share with our children and grandchildren. Whether it’s a proud moment, memories of grandparents, or a lesson you’ve learned, Memories of Me: A Complete Guide to Telling and Sharing the Stories of Your Life helps you put the episodes of your past onto paper and share them with loved ones.

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Blogging for Family History Blogging for Family History: How To Launch a Blog and Make it Successful guides family historians as they identify their blogging goals, determine which website-building platform best fits their needs, configure a site, and create engaging content that connects with readers. Read more…

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Writing Family Wedding Stories

Writing Family Wedding Stories

Family wedding stories aren’t just stories of the big day. It’s a culmination of a romance story, often with a fair dose of drama thrown in. As my oldest and his bride-to-be plan their big day, I realize there are tons of...

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Family History, Secrets and Lies

Family History, Secrets and Lies

A lot of family historians can relate to Disney’s Encanto’s song “We don’t Talk About Bruno”: Our own family histories have secrets and lies lurking under the rugs. Admittedly, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s song is an absolute ear...

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5 Reasons to attend RootsTech Connect 2022

5 Reasons to attend RootsTech Connect 2022

Why attend RootsTech Connect 2022? Here’s some great reasons not to miss RootsTech's 2022 free and virtual experience, whether you’re a newcomer to family history or an experienced genealogist. Last night, the FamilySearch,...

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How to Help When Someone Loses a Spouse

How to Help When Someone Loses a Spouse

What can you do when someone loses a spouse?  Cheryl Conklin of wellnesscentral.info has some practical advice, some of which involves preserving memories and treasures. The death of a spouse is perhaps the most agonizing...

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Does my family story need a narrative arc?

Does my family story need a narrative arc?

A narrative arc or story arc can help family historians write riveting stories. To decide whether your family’s stories could benefit, let’s talk about what a narrative arc is. What’s a Narrative Arc aka Story Arc? A...

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Writing Ancestor Stories without Judgment  

Writing Ancestor Stories without Judgment  

Not only do family historians and memoir writers want to convey compelling stories untinged by mistruths and embellishments, they also want to tell those family and ancestor stories without judgment. How do we do that? It’s...

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