Treasure Chest of Memories

Helping You Tell the Stories of the Past

Laura Hedgecock Share Your Treasures—Your Memories and Stories

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

Fill your own Treasure Chest of Memories–a collection of stories that warm you and your loved ones, cementing relationships and sparking conversations.

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.  Read More

 

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New – Eight-part Self-Paced Video Course on Telling Your Stories

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Discover how to create connectional narratives which capture the past while enjoying reminiscing with the people you love.

Find out how to choose photos to help tell and elicit stories, use guided reminiscence to elicit stories from loved ones, increase recall, and hone your storytelling skills.

Find out more or purchase at Vivid-Pix Education.

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.

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