fskib5 First of all, there’s no one else like YOU—your story is unique and you can tell about people, times, and places that only YOU can share.
Why not tell your grandchildren about you….plus their grandparents, great-grandparents, and even their great-great grandparents (that’s
your grandparents)! It’s really about creating a loving, lasting bond—preserving not just life stories, but relationships, for
generations to come.
Of course, you can also give them your own advice about love, work, and how to lead a good life. Here was my grandma’s advice to me: “Be
what you want. If you do something, do it the best you can.” Because it’s my grandma, it means so much more. I’ll always be able to
remember what she said because it was actually written down. What’s your advice for your family? This is your opportunity to write it
Reminiscing is good for you too! Over 100 studies over the last 10 years have found that reminiscing lowers depression, alleviates
physical symptoms (arthritis, asthma), and stimulates the hippocampus where memories are stored in the brain. So consider the great
health reasons for reminiscing too.