Reach back to the past and reminisce with your parents and share the past with the next generation.
Spring Cleaning Ideas Spring has finally sprung, even as winter attempts to make one final appearance. Spring means warmer weather, firing up the grill, watching the world come back to life and everyone’s favorite: Spring Cleaning. At Leave A Legacy we feel your pain, but we are here to help. So very often, we pack …
Maybe your family doesn’t have a bunch of traditions that you do currently. Consider renewing some old traditions or perhaps start some new ones. You might try: bake a special dish for a holiday meal every year, write your child a letter every year on their birthday but don’t give it to them until they leave for college, read a story to your child every night (or a special story for the holidays), the options are certainly endless.
To preserve those numerous memories she took lots of photos – of the collection of the nick-knacks, colorful rooms and interesting artwork. Instead of keeping the house and furnishings as a shrine to her parents she made a special book of the memories of her parents’ home and the places they went to when they visited.
This month’s assignment is to write down the stories of your memories and experiences from your days as a teenager.
This month’s assignment is to write down the stories of your school day memories. Include stories about your favorite and least favorites of: grade in school, teacher, subjects, friends, things to do on the playground.
The recent wildfires and other disasters have brought it close to home that we should be more prepared for the event of a disaster. The things that we have that are most important (besides people, pets, etc.) are our important documents and our memories.
A book written by our client Norma about her memories from her growing up years. We scanned photos, inserted them into her text, printed and bound it.
Ideas for writing about when you were born. Another installment about writing your life story.
Marsha, the founder of Leave A Legacy, read a story in the Wall Street Journal one day and that gave her the idea that has now become Leave A Legacy. A bit more of the why about Marsha and Leave A Legacy.