Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Writing a Memoir

When I grow old I plan on writing a memoir or an autobiography. My purpose in writing an autobiography isn't for the hope of earning millions of dollars in book sales but it is my way of sharing my life experiences with the future generations of Bautistas. I want my son or daughter, my grandchildren, and the entire future lineage to know who I am and for them to learn from the many mistakes that I have done in the past and what I will do in the future.

The only problem with this plan is that my life is pretty much dull and I don't have any clue how to start writing my life story. Perhaps I could try and take up autobiography writing lessons from LifeBio.com. The great thing about LifeBio.com is that they ask more than 250 thought provoking questions in 35 categories that you can dig up old memories which you may have forgotten with the passage of time.

If you're not vain and narcissistic like me and you do not want to make an autobiography, creating an autobiography is a great way to commemorate the life of a loved one or capture memories. Sure we have pictures as one way of preserving a moment in time but having a narrative that explains who are the people in the picture and what was happening during the picture could give us a more in depth understanding of what the picture stands for. A picture may say a thousand words but it's even better if there are actual words like an autobiography.

Well LifeBio.com doesn't just offer preserving memories in autobiographies because you can capture memories and be able to share that event to the future generations by creating a digital scrapbook also.Or you may give a love one a memory journal so that they can be helped remembering past events. The possibilities are endless so have fun!
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