Families finding new ways to save memories and history
Securing family history has never been easier. Using a new product called StoryWorth, families can write their memories, or even respond to questions posed by their family members, as a way to secure family history, The New York Times reported. And many families are taking part in it so far.
“You’re not faced with thinking about your whole life or even what story you want to tell,” said Nancy Mills to The Times. “It’s like you’re having a conversation.”
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