At Enwoven, we see a world where the moments that matter are preserved forever and accessed with ease.
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Here are three ways you can add context and layers to your story that will make it more fun to walk down memory lane.
In this guest post by Michael Humphrey, he has a conversation with researcher Dan McAdams.
In this guest post by Michael Humphrey, we see why life storytelling isn't just for grandparents. The latest research showing the mental health benefits of reflection.
In this guest post by Itoro Udofia, she writes about how finding your voice.
Digital content creation has become so abundant that our most precious memories are buried in social media, smartphones and in cloud storage.
In this guest post by Yumi Tomsha, she shares the lessons learned from THP's recent program at NYC's Senior Planet.
In this guest post by Michael Humphrey, he examines what we should focus on when we talk about why we use social media.
In this guest post by Itoro Udofia, she shares how creating her own family history project helped her connected disjointed memories of her past.
In this guest post by Yumi Tomsha, she writes why she created a history project to honor her father.
From how it is stored to how it is storied, Michael Humphrey's guest post explains why the memories you capture online need attention.
THP's Phi Romer had been hearing her grandparents' stories for about two decades, but when she started building their history project she was surprised by the number of insights she gained from the process. In this post, she passes along what she learned.
The artifacts of our lives and the media you treasure most take many different forms - we offer 10 easy ways to start capture those memories.
The surprising things you might learn about yourself when you slow down and look at your life in all its nooks and crannies - finding the overarching themes of your life that you may have not noticed before.
THP's Dylan Almendral shares the lessons he learned from his grandparents that have led to his career as a storyteller helping others preserve their family stories.
How do you connect all the stories and events from your life to create an overall cohesive narrative to your life story? The History Project allows you to add context and layers to enable you to go deeper and create a meaningful history that will captivate your loved ones. Here are four ways you can add context to and connections between your stories together to create a deeply meaningful narrative.
Some ideas on how to prepare to interview others and how to ask questions in a way that will bring out the best stories.
Have you been wanting to preserve your family stories but feel overwhelmed knowing where to start? Here is how you can get started to bring your history to life through the power of storytelling.