What do you give your special person who already has everything?
How do you go about finding the perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones? A gift that is unique and provides an interesting and safe activity to spend time on during the dark winter months?
The holidays are around the corner, and that means we are all making our lists, checking them twice, and racking our brains for gift ideas for those who managed to earn a coveted spot on the list of “nice.”
Covid-19 hasn’t changed any of that.
There are plenty of special and luxurious gifts available. However, the very best gifts in life are often intangible. You can’t feel them with your hands; you feel them with your heart. But what if there was a gift that could physically capture those memories, stories, experiences…life?
The tremendously talented writer Simon Van Booy once said, “Language allows us to reach out to people, to touch them with our innermost fears, hopes, disappointments, victories. The history of how you felt.”
Why don’t you give that special person the gift of a LifeBook memoir or autobiography this Christmas? By giving a LifeBook Memoirs project, your special person is able to reminisce and reflect on life’s special moments, while creating a precious keepsake for their family and generations to come.