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vintage 998419 1920 300x169 - APH Weekly Blog Roundup: The Six-Word Memoir, Your Stuff, and Remembering the DetailsThis week’s collection of blog postings by members of the Association of Personal Historians reminds us about the details of our lives, all the stuff we accumulate in our lives, and asks if we could write the shortest memoir ever.

Nancy Shohet West, journalist, essayist, and memoir writer, writes about how important it is to get in the details in Capturing the Smallest Details of Times Gone By.

“The milkman delivering glass bottles. A nanny not allowed to sit with the family in a segregated hotel dining room. Staying with a chaperone while visiting a fiance at college. Some anachronisms are more obvious than others. What are the details your memoir clients recount about times gone by?” (continued)

D. Fran Morley, freelance writer and APH Content Editor, asks us to consider what all of our stuff means in Am I More Than My Stuff?

“Does the New Year make you want to clean out the dusty corners of your life? If so, what do you toss and what do you keep?” (continued)

Karen Bender of Leaves of Your Life talks about the shortest memoir ever in Your Life Story in Six Words.

“Could you summarize your life story in six words? It’s an interesting task.” (continued)

Are you an APH member with a recent blog post to share?

For instructions on how to submit your blog post to the APH Blog Round-Up, please contact me at [email protected]

To find a personal historian in your area, please visit the Find a Personal Historian page on our website.

 ~APH: The Life Story People~

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Shannon Stallone

Shannon Stallonejoined the Association of Personal Historians in 2014 and began her business as a Personal Biographer providing services to the San Francisco Bay Area. She spent more than twenty years in the social services field working with individuals with developmental disabilities and the elderly. This work not only enhanced her listening skills but bolstered her belief that everyone truly does have a story to tell.
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