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It’s too late!

It’s too late now… You missed your opportunity… Have you ever missed out on something that you really wanted? When my eldest two children were babies, I had tickets to the Queen concert in Sydney. The tickets were more expensive

Posted in Running an Arts Workshop, The Family Memory Project, writing

9 Ways of Generating New Ideas for Your Business.

  How do you come up with new ideas? Why do I need new ideas? Speak Your Book Watercolour Memoirs   Do you offer everything you possible could for your clients? How do you come up with new ideas? I

Posted in The Family Memory Project, workshops, writing

Things are changing

Things are changing. Have you ever felt that way? Recently, I’ve been struggling with transition. Something feels strange and weird in my life – like things are changing and I’m not sure why or how or where it will end.

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Posted in The Family Memory Project, writing

I can’t do it any more!

Have you ever sat down, exhausted, and wondered WHY you were doing what you were doing? Why am I going to work day after day when I hate it? Why am I rushing round stressfully trying to get things done?

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Posted in The Family Memory Project, writing

The present of the past… for the future

If you have aging relatives, it’s really important to start gathering and recording their stories so you can preserve them for the future. Of course, it may be that your relatives come up with arguments about why they don’t want

Posted in The Family Memory Project

Don’t let your family memories be lost.

The Family Memory Project helps people with aging relatives to gather, record and preserve their family stories for their children and grandchildren. Over this last month, I’ve had many questions about The Family Memory Project (which is about to launch) so

Posted in The Family Memory Project

Collecting Family Memories

“Chaque vieillard qui meurt, c’est une bibliothèque qui brûle” (“Every old man that dies, is a library that burns.”) M. Amadou Hampate-Ba In the past, societies valued their elders. They were the keepers of tradition. Theirs were the words of

Posted in The Family Memory Project

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