How to Write Your Life Story

Following on from Scott & Maureen Gibson’s article 99 Words, we thought we would point you in the direction of the FamilySearch initiative – #52 Stories – an invaluable aid in tackling the daunting task of writing your own story.

This initiative comes complete with an exciting set of free downloadable printables – an absolute must – whether your are new to journaling or experienced in journaling.

“This 2017 personal history challenge, called the #52Stories project, is an expanded version of a similar, very successful challenge offered by FamilySearch four years ago,” said Wendy Smedley, FamilySearch project manager for social media. “This year, however, instead of having a list of only 52 questions, the writer can choose his or her 52 questions from a list of 144 questions.”

Start by taking a look at the article by FamilySearch in today’s Meridian Magazine, then follow the links on the article (also shown below) to download the free printables from FamilySearch.

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Download Free Printables from FamilySearch

 

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