Learn Stories From Your Mom’s Past With StoryWorth
This Mother’s Day create something with your mom or grandma that will last a lifetime. Find out about your mother’s past and create a book with her stories. It can be done a few ways and is really easy and totally worth it. This book can be shared with your children so they know more about the generations before them. Simply create an account with StoryWorth. They will contact your mom via phone or email weekly. Once a week your mom will get a prompt. Something like her first love. Favorite subject in school. Memories of family trips with her parents. Each story is from her point-of-view. She answers how she wants, with as much detail as she wants. You can pick specific questions or let StoryWorth generate questions for you.
When all the questions have been answered StoryWorth will create a beautiful hardcover book. A gift for everyone to read.
This is a fantastic Mother’s Day gift and right now you can get $20 off. Simply go to StoryWorth, create an account and let the questions start. It is a good idea to let your mom know ahead of time to expect the phone calls or emails. For me, emails are best because my mom isn’t always available by phone. There is no limitation. You can create accounts for more than one person. Do it for your mom, mother-in-law, grandma or your favorite mother-figures.
Get a year of weekly stories for your mom, bound in a beautiful keepsake book for $79 $59 through May 14.
Check out just a few of the StoryWorth questions:
- Are you still friends with any of your classmates from grade school?
- What is the best job you’ve ever had?
- How did you decide to get married?
- What foods do you dislike? Have these changed over time?
- Do you prefer summer or winter?
- What are your favorite memories of each of your children growing up?
- Have you ever sued someone, or been sued by someone?
- What sports did you like most as a child? Why?
- What was one of the best dates you’ve been on?
- Did you have a family member you wish you’d gotten to know better?
- What is your best relationship advice?
- Did you play any sports in college?
If you see questions that are irrelevant (like your mom never got married, never went to college) or you think might upset them then skip or delete that questions. Each book is 480 pages long and extra books can be ordered. I know I want my own book and I think it would be neat to give my mom one as well as one to my siblings.
I love this idea so much I think creating one with my grandma’s stories is the next one I want to do. She has stories from a long time ago, many I have never heard. Having them in writing will preserve them for my kids.