• This is your chance to tell your Life Story the way you lived it.
  • Life didn’t just happen to you. You happened to life.
  • We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospection. - Anais Nin
  • Your LifeStory is as unique ... and you are the only one who can tell it.
  • You will discover that you and your life story are in very good hands. - Harold Berman
  • You are the still same person you were at 8.
  • LIFE JOURNEY BOOKS - Everything You Need to Tell Your Life Story
  • Using the Workbook, I was surprised at how much I learned about myself. - Shelley Winkler
  • We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospection. - Anais Nin

“Because some things just can’t wait.”

There are so many things you can put off till tomorrow – the laundry, fixing that drip in the sink, baking that cake. But writing your lifestory is not one of them. Here at LifeJourney Books we know we don’t need to tell you why you need to write your lifestory – we know you know its value to your loved ones, it’s power it will have for you as you write it, its import as your legacy – but we do need to tell you when you need to start writing it.


Not tomorrow. Now. This can’t wait.

When we started writing the LifeJourney Books Do-it-Yourself Memior Workbook, we had one goal: to enable everybody to write their lifestory. Not just someone who can afford to hire a writer, and not just someone who is a writer by profession. We wanted you to be able to open the workbook, answer the prompting questions, do the exercises, follow the tips and, upon completion, have your memoir in your hands, a memoir packed with stories, insights and wisdom that can be passed down for generations to come.

Start it now – and check back here often. We will offer you more tips, stories and advice on how to make the process simpler and more rewarding. And we want to hear from you! Be sure to let us know how you are doing in the comments, ask us questions or share your best stories.

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